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Re: The GIMP plugins for refocussing blurred images


actually I'm looking more for somebody who has an actual use-case for
those plugins and is willing to test them with a recent version of gimp,
I didn't even think about finishing the packages yet. The code is
unmaintained for years, and the refocus under gimp 2 is more or less a
hack... I don't want to spend time on finishing the package if it
doesn't make a sense, especially since upstream seems to be dead. The
math used in the plugins is nothing I could fix, otherwise I would just
finish the packages, find a sponsor and just wait for bug-reports.



Matthias Julius wrote:
> This question is better placed on debian-mentors@list.debian.org
> So, I am crossposting it there
> Bernd Zeimetz <bernd@bzed.de> writes:
>> Hello,
>> since I'm not only a geek but also a photographer and GIMP user I've
>> decided to have a look at wnpp bug #398765 [1] and package the plugin
>> [2]. While packaging gimp-refocus I came across the refocus-it plugin,
>> which uses a different algorithm and also supports to refocus motion
>> blur, so I've decided to package it, too [3]. It seems to be much
>> slower, though - but it provides a command-line version which works
>> totally independent of The GIMP, it only depends on libc6.
>> I've commented and described the issues of  both plugins at the given
>> urls, testing and comments would be very appreciated.
>> [1] http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=398765
>> [2] http://bzed.de/debian/packages/gimp-refocus
>> [3] http://bzed.de/debian/packages/gimp-refocus-it
>> Thanks a lot,
>> Bernd Zeimetz

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