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G'MIC (GREYC's Magic Image Converter) is a GIMP plugin based on GREYCStoration. It is a complete image processing toolbox that contains all the GREYCstoration features (of course), but also much many more filters for image denoising, enhancement, applying artistic effects, and more.

Recent releases

  •  11 May 2011 03:54

    Release Notes: Color base conversions from RGB to sRGB are now available, with new native commands "-rgb2srgb" and "-srgb2rgb". Matrix division can be done now, with the native command "-mdiv" (equivalent to "-//"). The "-discard" command was added to allow the removal of values in specified images. G'MIC can now be compiled using g++-4.6. Some fixes have been required because the OpenCV headers were not compliant anymore. The "-Ofast" optimization mode can be enabled. The function to convert pixel values into a string was optimized. This may speed up the use of G'MIC syntaxes as "@-1" for instance.

    •  18 Sep 2010 17:49

      Release Notes: New macros, new effects, multiple layer support, and non-interactive mode were added. The API was stabilized. The engine was optimized.

      •  19 Jan 2009 18:54

        No changes have been submitted for this release.


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