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Python Insane Bump 1.0.6

This is a C language version of the Insane Bump plugin

  1. Average Joe
    Update: Issues corrected, Restore Default button added added 64Bit Ubuntu Version
    This is a C language version of the Insane Bump plugin. I have converted the Python code to a C language program and all the needed libraries and tools to do so. I have improved upon this program by adding an AO adjustment and 5 Preview panes. This is the Sixth release.
    This plug-in produces different files within the original image's directory:
    the _n is the normal map,
    the _s is the specular,
    the _d is the diffusion (just the color)
    the _a is the ambient occlusion
    the _h is the displacement (or height map)
    google code url: https://code.google.com/p/gimp-plugin-insanebump

    Tutorial
    Tutorial url: https://code.google.com/p/gimp-plugin-insanebump/wiki/BlendCeramFloor

    Windows Installation Instructions
    Extract the InsaneBump-Windows-1.0.6.zip file. It contains only one file: InsaneBump.exe and mingwm10.dll
    Place the file into the Gimp User Plugin Directory.
    On my machine the gimp plug-in directory is located at:
    C:\Documents and Settings\Derby Russell\.gimp-2.8\plug-ins
    This installation has been tested on Windows XP, Windows 7 and Windows 8. Worked great on all.
    Release 6 was released on 12/7/2013
    Source code for this new release is at google code.

    Ubuntu 32 Bit Installation Instructions
    Extract the gimp-plugin-insanebump-Ubuntu-1.0.6.tar.gz. It contains only one file: gimp-plugin-insanebump
    Place the file into the Gimp User Plugin Directory.
    On Ubuntu for My user which is derby:
    /home/derby/.gimp-2.6/plug-ins
    This was designed and tested on 32 Bit Ubuntu 12.04

    Ubuntu 64 Bit Installation Instructions
    Extract the gimp-plugin-insanebump-Ubuntu-64Bit-1.0.6.tar.gz. It contains only one file: gimp-plugin-insanebump
    Place the file into the Gimp User Plugin Directory.
    On Ubuntu for My user which is derby:
    /home/derby/.gimp-2.6/plug-ins
    This was compiled and tested on 64 Bit Ubuntu 12.04 Desktop.

    InsaneBumpScreenShot6.png
    License:
    GPLv3
    GIMP Version:
    2.8