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Photoshop Plugins for GIMP

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  1. virtualTune

    virtualTune Active Member

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    A plugin? I'll look, but there is a manual way to do it that isn't to hard.
     
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    Arzoroc Moderator Staff Member

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    Refine Edge is not available in GIMP, I requested a transcription on another forum 2 weeks ago, but there's no answer yet :/


    EDIT:

    You can try GML Matting with PSPI:
    <a class="postlink-local" href="http://gimper.net/viewtopic.php?f=30&t=10345" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;">viewtopic.php?f=30&t=10345</a>
    Or you can try the 2.7 version of Gimp... it has an improved foreground selection tool which will work similarly..
     
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    But, you know blubox is for removing green/blue backgrounds and comes with GAP. I can't get it to work well :(

    Also, if it's any help, here's an interesting tut on removing background colors from hair: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AnbxtMCHKV0
     
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    It doesn't work on most images though :(
     
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    Yeah just download and install the PSPI plug in in your plug-ins folder.
    Restart GIMP, and go to Filters/Photo shop Plug in Path
    Click on it and a dialog like the GIMP path dialog will come up.Point GIMP to your 8bf's, or folders containing them using that dialog.

    Restart GIMP...and there are your plug-ins.

    I am not sure if photo shop key 3 will work thru GIMP though.Being a separate program plug in like alien it might.
    Test it and see. =)
     
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    The question is whether the cool PS plugins are freeware ;D
     
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    some are some aren't. =)
     
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    I think gimp can help me a lot in learning the web designing. The Photoshop plugins shared in this thread also wonderful. I must try those plugins. Please do share some more tools for Web Designing.
     
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    they better be freeware))
     
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    I wondered why you posted here lol :)
     
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