All questions related to the GNU Image Manipulation Program (GIMP) should be posted under this category.
All questions related to the GNU Image Manipulation Program (GIMP) should be posted under this category.
If you mean the Gnu Image Manipulation Program, no. You can download it "for free" from www.gimp.org. (If your internet connection or downloading files costs you money, then it will cost you that, but there won't be any extra charge for the program itself.)
Yes, the best way to realize these techniques and tools are to read tutorials.
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Maybe you have an incorrect setting for selection (subtract or invert).
it's printing a pic off of gimp
It's an opinion question, but yes GIMP is good and you can make cool drawings out of it. It does cost anything, is cross platform (you can use it on computers running Linux or Windows or Solaris or Mac OS, or Amiga or BSD, etc. It is a full fledged image manipulation program for advanced users it is fully on a par with Adobe Photoshop but the filters are slightly more complex to set up… Read More
To make a GIMP image your desktop background, open it in GIMP and be sure to save it as a common extension, such as yourfilenamehere.jpg or .gif or .png. If your image is already listed under one of these extensions, you can skip this step. Note: .xcf files are readable only by GIMP, so will not translate to a desktop image and can't be read by programs such as Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Internet Explorer or… Read More
512x512x1 (256 = 2^8 = 1byte) * 8 (convert to bits) / 300 bits per second = 6990.50(6) seconds.
GIMP for Mac OS X can be downloaded from the GIMP on OS X web site. (See links below)
Comparing the two is not right. One is an online site, the other one is an offline image editor. Each has its strengths and weaknesses.
Image files of all sorts can open in GIMP. A quick way to see a full list is by opening a new image in GIMP, then selecting "Save As". There will be a + next to the text "Select File Type (By Extension)" Clicking this plus will drop down a long list of files executable by GIMP. I hope this has helped you! =]
I assume you are trying to create a solid bar or rounded line that has a glowing neon effect, though this simple strategy can be applied to virtually any one-color design. To begin, open a blank document. Create a new layer filled with transparency. Draw your desired line. You can use any sort of one-color image, but I prefer to draw the lines with the paintbrush. It's simple and effective. Once you have achieved your… Read More
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If you want to make a circle that is 2 pixels wide: Use the ellipse marking tool on a new layer (transparent) and hold the Shift or Ctrl key (or both) to get the outside edge of circle you want. Fill the circle with the color of your choice Use the select >Shrink option to make the selection smaller by 2 pixels Delete the interior of the circle You are left with a ring 2… Read More
First : make sure the pic is in RBG mode. Second : "colorize" it. That give just one color - so you'll have to sectionalize the picture and change that color ... I suggest you use "curves" to do that.
Try the clone tool.
Uninstall it and remove any files that were made and reinstall. (Do not forget the GDK).
If you can't drop them into the trash bin, it's always possible to go into the directory where brushes are stored abd delete those files you don't want - but brushes don't take up a lot of space so why bother?
I assume you mean after pasting an image into gimp. Right-click on the layer in the layer box, and click "new layer" that will put the image on it's own layer. Odd wording, I know.
well ask some where else because its not visual thx for asking tho
Actuall you don't add fonts to GIMP but you can add fonts to your computer to be used on GIMP.So download a font from a site like: Dafont.com Then Download the font to Computer>Local Disc>Windows>Fonts Then Next time you open GIMP you should have the fonts the Typing button. Hope that helps
Try saving the image as a .jpg to your hard drive. THEN send your e-mail ... and send image as an attachment.
youtube.com/thegimpking that is my favorite tut vlog
First you get 2 pieces of gimp at about 24 inches long. Next you fold each piece in half and it will make a crease ( try folding it a couple of times for it to show up.) Then you get a piece that is your left color (and mine is red) so you fold it over the blue string. After that you go over one and under. Keep repeating it and switch your strings… Read More
Uninstalling GIMP is just like uninstalling any other program (if you have Windows). Go to start > control panel > uninstall a program (under Programs). Scroll down the list and click on GIMP and then click uninstall. An uninstall wizard should pop up that will uninstall the program. Wait until it's done uninstalling and it's removed from the programs list. Then you can exit out the window and GIMP should be gone.
choose a style w/ rounded corners from a gallery of predefined pictures styles choose a picture shape w/ rounded corners from a gallery of pictures shapes
Yes. It's perfectly free, and virus free. ^^ Go ahead and download it. You'll be glad you did.
Using a layer mask, using path tool, convert path to selection, invert selection, fill selection in mask with black
GIMP is released also as a Windows application, running under most of Windows flavors, including Vista.
you should be more specific... What do you mean by 'signature'? Do you mean a way to sign off on letters or phone calls? A way to sign something...i have ideas if its a phone greeting.
go to file> open> then select the picture you want.
The dialogs in GIMP are windows that contain tools and options that you can use to change your image. All dialogs can be found by going to windows > dockable dialogs. The layers dialog, for example, allows you to view all of the layers in one box and enables you to change the mode and capacity of each layer, along with other options.
It all comes down to opinion.
Don't just "save" use save as ... and save in a format that your video or OS likes. I recommend you try .jpeg
Yes! I've been using it for a few years now and I still wonder why people buy Photoshop when GIMP is free. :D
Save the pattern you want as a .PAT file and add it into the Patterns folder
Yes, GIMP is a freeware program.
Certainly. I started at 10, now 12 and can make an average of $400 every three weeks. You just gotta go to the right places. You can go to a site I started recently, thegimpnation.com/forums or fringefx.net Both are good sites for helping you get better.
Due to the program's large filesize, downloading GIMP on a dial-up connection can take a very long time. If the computer is disconnected or has to redial, the process can be interrupted. However, it's not impossible. When I had dial-up, I downloaded gimp using the Firefox browser and left my computer on all night. In the morning the file was finally done and I installed it.
Well, first you have to make the non-transparent image transparent. go to colors>color to alpha the select the background (you can use the color picker tool by clicking the white bar and then the eye-dropper icon to the right of the HTML notation box) color of the non-transparent image. after you pres OK, the background color will change to transparency and you'll be able to see the layer beneath.
For that, you need an animating software like Flash Professional 8.
Use the name of your first pet, plus the name of the street you grew up on;
Standard CD's are 12cm in diameter, so if you're printing your own labels, just set the page to 12cm by 12cm. Unless they're pre-cut circles, you'll have to cut them yourself once you've printed them.
It means Kieran Thornton, the thorn up your backside. LOL :)
It is because Hunter Tye watches Pokemon, Avatar and Dragon Ball Z. And now I understand what Sam and Ruben mean.
You can compress the pictures when they are saved, and the level of compression depends on the format you choose when saving the picture. JPEG format has the best compression for photos. PNG and GIF formats are for simple titles, drawings, logos, etc. Choose the format in the dialog box 'Save As' such as .JPEG, .PNG or .GIF in which you want to save the picture. Also, in the "Save as .PNG" dialogue there is… Read More
You open a new document, then you make a new layer on top of the background. Put the first frame of your animation on this new layer. After you have completed the first frame of your animation, uncheck the little eye to make this layer invisible, and create another layer. Make the second frame of your animation on this new layer. Keep going until you have all the frames you want, and then go to… Read More
can you save as .psd?if you can then do it and send
that same thing happened to me....turns out, I had the mode set the "Greyscale" instead of "RGB" change it....check that. that may be your solution too
Go to the GIMP website (Just google GIMP) and follow the links to download!
I usually just knot 1 of the strings onto the middle of the other, and then knot the other one onto the first one. then you can just start the usual pattern. and if that doesnt make sense then just think.. tie the two strings together **and remember that they are both knotted in the middle of the strings
It would seem you cannot. However, you can select the "move" tool (up/down/left/right blue arrow tool) and it will work like a pointer. I agree, even of the functionality of the "move" tool and the regular pointer are virtually identical, the context is different and a regular pointer tool option would be a welcome addition for many.
This sort of question is subjective. If you are in a professional graphics designer job, you almost certainly will be using Photoshop; most employers are convinced that this software is the best because of its price tag. Otherwise, its a matter of the features that matter most to you as a user of the software. Some people prefer Photoshop, while others prefer Gimp. Currently, Photoshop is trending 7 times higher than Gimp (according to Google… Read More
yes you can it in the craft section
No program can add more detail than is in the original image - there are programs that can make guesses as to what the detai is, or you can add detail by hand BUT IT'S Never REAL.
This has happened to me too; quite a lot. It is likely that the program had crushed. Sadly there isn't a possible way to reload it, so you may have to say goodbye to your work :( The only way to get rid of the program is to turn off your computer.
Open the file in Photoshop (I use Elements 7.0) and select the parts you want individual. Copy and Paste each individual selection into a new file and save.
Either from the WEB - or make your own.
No GIMP is your basic photo editing software to achieve that you must use programs like Photoshop
First open your photo and then goto the "Image" tab and select "Mode" and click "RGB"
You do Ctrl + L, which opens the layer box. Where it says Layers, accross from that if a small arrow pointing left, towards the Layers writing. Click that, then roll your curser over "Add tab", you then choose which ones you want, e.g. Channels, Paths. Hope this helped:')
The newest version of GIMP can be found at GIMP.org. It's usually the program offered at the top of the page. Right now the newest version is GIMP 2.6.
you simply go to files then click open. there you can then find your pictures
I'm guessing you mean that you want to duplicate an existing layer? To do that, simply select the layer you want to duplicate in the layers window, and then click the little 'duplicate' button.
One easy way to do this would be to download an image of someone posing, and trace it. Exactly what are you trying to do though?
The cheapest way is to use paint, but you would have ti do the shadowing and all of that stuff to make it look real. I'm not sure about GIMP though.
To crop with GIMP, select the crop tool from your toolbox (the thing that comes up when gimp starts with all of the buttons on it) and click your picture. The crop tool looks like a little knife pointing left and it's between the box icon with four arrows pointing outwards and the icon with two blue rectangles with white arrows. Once you have found that button, click it. Then click your picture. A screen… Read More
Simply save the picture in My Pictures as a PNG or JPG when you save your finished image. You can do this by typing in your image title when the save screen comes up and adding '.png' or '.jpg' to the end. Then go to facebook.com and upload the picture as you would normally. You can do that by clicking 'Photos' on the left side of the screen under your profile picture and then clicking… Read More
Gimp, a pejorative term for a person with a disability, specifically a limp
First you go to Gimp. You go to file and you press New. Yout make the size how ever you like. Then, you can put a picture on Gimp and use the text bow to type.
You can enlarge image in Image Size dialog in Photoshop, Image > Image Size. At top of window you will see current/new size in bytes. When you enlarging images be aware because you can loose quality.
Of course it will! Like Installing, running, opening files, saving etc.
Noise is static, kinda like when your tv screwes up
You have to press hard on the screen
Gnu Image Manipulation Program.
Yes, it's called the "path tool"
My best guess would be that you accidentally clicked the save button twice.
Yes. Save image as a .jpg file.
No GIMP is totally free and is open source. Download here: gimp.org Tutorials here: thegimpking.blogspot.com
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because he is a feggit
Dragon Ball AF doesn't exist.
GIMP can edit images to lighten or darken them. GIMP can create logos. GIMP can do many things, for more information and tutorials visit: thegimpking.blogspot.com
After opening your image, you can select the crop tool and select the part you want to keep. After you have it perfect hit the enter key. This will complete the crop.
Complete the following steps: Launch the GIMP program File> Open> and select the picture you would like to edit Select the Open button
It is called Gimp. It is not the software, it's auctually plastic string.
Make sure the image is in RBG mode. Select pencil or brush. double click on the foreground/background color block. pick the color you want. Draw.
Applications may not open because they do not find the operating system they were expecting. Both the latest versions of PaintBrush and iPaint require Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard) while the latest version of GIMP requires Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard). There are older versions of the software available that support older versions of the Mac OS such as 10.4 (Tiger).
Yes. It works wonderfully.
To make a double box spiral out of gimp, you first need to take 3 strings of any colors, one of which is 1 and a half times the other two's length. (You can make a rough guess.) Then, find the middle of all three strings. Take the longer one and make it so that it faces you vertically, leaving the other two side by side facing horizontally laying on top of the longer one… Read More
PREVIOUS ANSWER: Save them as jpg (or jpeg) to whatever directory (file folder) you use for photos. The computer can NOT tell them apart from any other photo. This method only sort-of works, however, it's not a true method of putting a gif on Facebook, so I'm putting a bulls*** warning on here.
One of them. I find GIMP excellent for drawing line art and editing transparent images, and it can open and save .PSD (Photoshop) files. It is not nearly as good as Photoshop for photo manipulation however.
It's cheap (free) and easy to use ... and it does an excellent job.
Get into 'curves' (under colors). note that your pointer becomes a dropper - when over the picture. click on a piece of skin. Note that curves now shows a level of each color for that point. NOW - and this is just approximate = if green is 82% of red and blue is 91% of green you'll get a pretty good skin color.
If someone owns the copyrights to the game then that will cover all the graphics and music in the game which will make it illegal for someone else to use the music for any other purpose.
There are no pictures in GIMP, they're all on your hard drive. Delete then just like any other file.
It depends on whether you are asking for lens flare or light bloom. GIMP has a filter for lens flares [Light and Shadow | Lens Flare] that could work to your pleasure. Light bloom, not so much. The bloom, a consequence of digital photography. It would be like a room full of buckets with a hole in the roof, and the rain is coming down. When the buckets get full, the next one starts filling… Read More
Edit in GIMP, then save it as JPEG or PNG. Then upload it to Facebook. :)
Yes, if you're a qualified student or teacher - Adobe will give it to you for 80% off the normal price
The beeping noise is your computer's error sound. It in fact has nothing to do with GIMP. It won't beep when you give your computer something to backspace.