- 'epsjoin' is a gtk2/gnome app that builds a single postscript file from a group of loose eps files by putting each eps file on a single page, where it can be individually rotated and translated to correct scanning imperfections. As this happens at postscript level, there are no raster operations, which means no loss of quality no matter how many rotations you need to get it perfect. The resulting postscript can be directly viewed, printed, or opened again to add, remove, reorder or modify images.
- This is a candidate for deletion: 1. No files sources found. ExifTagger is a graphical application for editing select EXIF tags in digital photos. Images are previewed, and Comment and Location EXIF tags can be modified.
- This is a candidate for deletion: Links broken. No links to page. No response from maintainer at given email. Poppy-one (talk) 14:13, 1 August 2018 (EDT) extrallator is a simple perl script used to extract one column from a list of files that were produced by an Orca (http://orcaware.com/orca) data gatherer such as orcallator, procallator or winallator.
- flimp is a generic graphical frontend to the many excellent command line image manipulation tools available. It allows you to create pipelines of commands that read from standard input and write to standard output. One can view and compare the result of each stage of the pipeline. flimp leaves the input image file untouched; the pipeline is saved in a text file.
- 'fly' creates PNG, JPEG, or GIF images on the fly from any program. Using Thomas Boutell's gd graphics library for fast image creation, it provides a command line interface for creating and modifying images.
- Free Image Manipulator
- With FIM you can easily manipulate whole set of images at once. You are able to resize all images from the set to the same size and convert between the most popular file types like png, jpeg, gif. You can also add text with background to them with given opacity level and color or even paste your logo.
- Gestalter is a free vector drawing program. Its central element, the Bezier curve, is used as a base part for almost every other object. Complex paths are possible, compound paths can be constructed, grouping of elements is enabled, and everything can be screened by a mask. Adding and deleting of nodes is implemented as well as transformations (translation, rotation, scaling, and skewing).
- Gifsicle is a command-line program for manipulating GIF image files. It has good support for transparency and colormap manipulation, simple image transformations (cropping, flipping), and creating, deconstructing, and editing GIF animations. It also optimizes GIF animations for space. The package also includes 'gifview,' an animated-GIF viewer which can show animations as slideshows or in real time, and 'gifdiff,' which compares two GIFs for identical visual appearance.
- The GNU Image Manipulation Program is a powerful image editing program, and commonly used for photo retouching, image composition, and general graphic design work. It can be used as a simple paint program, an expert quality photo retouching program, an online batch processing system, a mass production image renderer, an image format converter, etc. GIMP also comes with extensive documentation for both users and programmers, including a manual, tutorials, examples of various features, links to other GIMP-related sites and an extensive list of plug-ins.
- Gpaint is a small, easy-to-use paint program for GNOME. It features drawing tools (ovals, freehand, polygon, and text, with fill or shallow for polygons and closed freehand), the ability to cut and paste by selecting irregular regions or polygons, print support using gnome-print, a modern, easy-to-use user interface with tool and color palettes, the ability to edit multiple images at the same time with running multiple sessions of gpaint, and all the image processing features present in xpaint.
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