G'MIC(GREYC'sMagic for ImageComputing) is aportable andscriptableimageprocessingframework. Itcomes as C++library, can beused as commandline tool, asGimp plugin, asweb service, orwith its Qtapplication.G'MICallows imageconversion,manipulation,applyingcomplex filtersandvisualizationpipelines.Various imagetypes can beused, 1D/2D/3Dsources,multi-spectraland volumetricimages or 3Dvector objects,regardless ofpixel depths.The"gmic"command linetool is oftenan alte
Drawj2d createstechnical linedrawings usinga descriptivelanguage. Itwrites pdf,svg, eps andemf vectorgraphics or pngimages. It runson allplatforms thatrun Java. It isinspired byAsymptote butwith a tcl-likesyntax and 2Donly.
As a pluginAPI,Frei0r'smain emphasisis onsimplicity, toround up themost commonvideo effectsinto simplefilters,sources, andmixers that canbe controlledby parameters.Frei0r pluginscan be sharedby many hostapplications,avoidingduplicateefforts bydifferentprojects.Frei0r is notmeant as acompetingstandard tomore ambitiousefforts tryingto satisfy theneeds of manydifferentapplicationsand morecomplexeffects, as itdoesn'tprovides thingslike anextensiveparameter me
BPGconv canconvertmultiple JPEGor PNG filesinto BPG filesat once. Theconversionprocesses runparallel toeach other, sothey can becompleted in ashorter time.You can alsovisuallyconfirm thechange in filesize frombefore andafter theconversion. Theapplicationscreen is madeup of a singlescreen. It isdesigned so youcan completeall operationswithout theneed to go backand forthbetweenmultiplewindows. Youcan switchbetweenencoding(JPEG/PNG toBPG) anddecoding (BPGto J