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  1. @xod If that was done automatically, then my mind is blown. By the way, that software is open-sourced. As unlikely as it can be, it can be converted into another code even though converting a program entirely from scratch to a filter used by another software is literally hundreds of hours of work. In some cases, years of works or decades.
  2. Back to listening to Ace Combat musics. I wish I can play these games.
  3. Another new update, I figured out how to make graduated filter thanks to @TechnoRobbo. I am using YUV color space model than RGB for it. This allows for more options. I haven't pushed that yet or even done the filter, but it'll come by 2.8 or after.
  4. If I ever get in the mood to do this and don't forget this, I will certainly do this. If it get passed, I should let someone here know, who should know first? I believe it would be @Rick Brewster I tested it recently again. In my Fibonacci Texture example picture in the g'mic thread, the gif version was 339 KB where the png version is 59 KB. APNG wins vs GIF here - http://littlesvr.ca/apng/gif_apng_webp5.html Same here - https://lukeroberts.tv/blog/gif-vs-animated-png/ The evidence definitely indicates APNG is better than GIF.
  5. Hi, I noticed animated png do not work in this forum if uploaded from here. It takes a lot less space than gif format and gif is really outdated given new animation formats. I would like to be able to upload animated png here. The workaround is to upload to a site that accepts animated png, and then post it here as a png.
  6. Extended version of Fibonacci Fill made by @Ego Eram Reputo , and @Red ochre will be coming to G'MIC 2.8. I did fixed Object Size filter, now dynamic gui is enabled there. For more information: See this pull request - Fix to Object Size filter ; pal cli fixes, and new Fibonacci gui filter and cli filters #230 Minor note for CLI users - I added info to pal cli command.
  7. From a theoretical standpoint, couldn't you tell if someone was cheating by observing dithering i.e what it would look like going from 16 BPC Integer to 8 BPC Integer? That would be suspicious even if someone was using a plugin (I know there is something like this somewhere) or g'mic import high depth image designed for 8-bit processing. Otherwise, there's no logical basis to claim cheating.
  8. Sounds like a bug, here I'll just call @BoltBait to see what he has to say about this.
  9. The last 4 variable is what I was looking for. Now, it makes sense. Thank you.
  10. Ah, posted in the right place this time. Now, on to the title, I would like for someone to explain what ? means in the function. g.DrawImage(?1,?2,?3,?4); I wouldn't be confused if the source of SphereCuber contains what looks like what below, but considering the coordinate seem to be same for ? series in some cases in TR's SphereCuber. I am confused. g.DrawImage(0,0,500,512);
  11. Since new changes are not coming till 2.8, here's what will be available - - Faster distortion filters with the usage of begin. Nebulous and Modulo Texture filter also have begin statements. - Implemented Chaos from PDN Fractal Attractor to G'MIC Thorn Fractal - Fixed Form Pixels Honourable mention - Converted TR's Intense Filtration and placed it in G'MIC. It's more precise, but that's about it. Hue are in 0-360 range instead of 0-5999, this is more logical as well. Upcoming - Upgraded TR's Glass Vignette with more than 10 options.
  12. I tried making a optical Illusion with the usage of G'MIC Color Modulo Texture This makes me a little fatigued staring at it. After a while, you just start to get sleepy.
  13. If Paint.NET isn't a option for cross-platform in the near future, the closest alternative would be Photoflare literally in functionality. G'MIC is there, and you would at least need to try to develop filters that resembles the ones that are found in here to make it a viable alternative. I have been developing G'MIC filter that resembles some plugins found in here, and extended them. Photoflare also support G'MIC, so that makes it a possible alternative for Mac and Linux user. Either that or you have to use GIMP or Krita instead if you don't have Windows and can't use Windows legally or refuse to use Windows (I could understand why).