[KimDaBa] Red-eye removal

Ben Stanley Ben.Stanley at exemail.com.au
Thu Jan 6 07:06:25 CET 2005


This definitely sounds like a kipi plugin request.

Any plugin would have to perform the stuff described at
http://gimpguru.org/Tutorials/RedEye2/
I have found this technique to be useful and effective.

There is a gimp script for doing the process at
http://gimpguru.org/download/red-eye.scm
All you have to do is to select a small region of one of the pupils and
then run the script. Then the other pupil and you're done. 

If you could reliably automate finding the pupil, then you could
automate the whole thing!

I'm not volunteering...

Ben.


On Wed, 2005-01-05 at 06:15, Martin Ehmsen wrote:
> Hi...
> 
> I have a feature request for KimDaBa (or possible it should be a kipi 
> plugin). But I think it would be cool and very useful to have some 
> red-eye removal tools in kimdaba.
> I hate that I have to open my images in another program (gimp) to remove 
> red-eyes.
> What I think would be optimal, but possible impossible, was a tool to 
> automatic do it on any number of marked images. This would probably 
> require some eye-recognition software, which probably dosen't exists.
> Another approach would be to use the zoom-function in KimDaBa to do the 
> red-eye removeal. What I would like to be able to do, is that I zoom in 
> on a persons eyes (one at a time) and then push a button in KimDaBa 
> which then removes the red-eye, and saves the image (probably having an 
> option which tells KimDaBa whether or not to ask for "overwriting", 
> "save to new" or "cancel").
> 
> Martin



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