A configurable, flexible image processing library


Whether you are looking for high-quality presets you can quickly apply to your photos or you are interested in more advanced image processing tools, G'MIC delivers. In addition to a simple graphical interface, G'MIC also offers a command-line interface, which means that you can automate image editing actions and create rather advanced image processing scripts. In short, G'MIC makes a perfect addition to your image processing toolbox.

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Dmitri Popov has been writing exclusively about Linux and open source software for many years. His articles have appeared in Danish, British, US, German, Spanish, and Russian magazines and websites. You can find more on his website at http://tokyoma.de.

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