Download G'MIC 2 - A open and full-featured framework for image processing in Gimp, Paint.Net, and Krita
G'MIC is a full-featured open-source framework for digital image processing, it provides several user interfaces to convert / process / visualize generic image datasets, ranging from 1D scalar signals to 3D+t sequences of multi-spectral volumetric images, hence including 2D color images.
G'MIC is a plug-in to bring G'MIC capabilities to the image retouching and painting software GIMP, Krita, Photoshop, Affinity Photo, PaintShop Pro, PhotoLine and Paint.NET. More than 500 filters are already available, sorted by category (Artistic, Black & white, Colors, Contours, Deformations, Degradations, Details, Color Grading, Frames, Layers, Light & shadows, Patterns, Rendering, Repair, Sequences, etc.).
Other interesting technical aspects of GMIC are:
- It can process a wide variety of image types, including multi-spectral (arbitrary number of channels) and 3D volumetric images, as well as image sequences, or 3D vector objects. Images with different pixel types are supported, allowing to process flawlessly images with 8bits or 16bits integers per channel, as well as float-valued datasets.
- It internally works with lists of images. Image manipulations and interactions can be done either grouped or focused on specific items.
- It provides light but efficient visualization modules dedicated to the exploration/viewing of 2D/3D multi-spectral images, 3D vector objects (elevation map, isocurves, isosurfaces,...), or 1D graph plots.
- It is highly extensible through the possible inclusion of custom command files which add new commands that become understood by the language interpreter. Thus, users can design their own image processing library on top of G'MIC.
- It proposes commands to handle custom interactive windows where events can be managed by the user.
- It is based on the latest development version of the CImg Library, a well established C++ template image processing toolkit, created and maintained by the same team of developers since 1999.