what happened to the greycstoration plugin for gimp?

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(Elizabeth Hayman) #1

this has always been my favorite way to really denoise a image + really arrange the image better…and now my plug-in is old, and I can’t seem to find a new one…ughs :frowning_face: - if you know where to download one safely for win10 (64), please let me know.

thanks

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#2

It is now part of the GMIC plug in. The GMIC plug in has lots and lots of filters. In the Repair menu Smooth [Anisotropic] is essentially greycstroation IIRC

http://gmic.eu/

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(Elizabeth Hayman) #3

oh wonderful, thanks :):grinning:

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(Elizabeth Hayman) #4

unfortunately, it’s really not the same…believe me…but thanks for trying :slight_smile:

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(Elizabeth Hayman) #5

actually, I’ve found out greycstoration still exist - as a separate plug-in (like gmic) …you add it in your plug-ins and put it in through gimp that way (via plug-ins) -just look up/google GREYCstoration.com :smile:

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