Friday, January 8, 2021

Red Eye Remover Win_64bit

 Red Eye Remover

Ver. 0.2 [redeye.exe]

Author: Robert Merkel
In menu: Filters / Enhance / Red Eye Remover Auto
               Filters / Enhance / Red Eye Remover...

To use the tool, select an area containing the eye with the
rectangular selection tool, and then select "Red Eye Remover" under
Filters/Misc.  You can choose the sensitivity of the tool with the
dialog that appears , with higher meaning more areas are selected
as red-eye areas.  -255 means no change, +255 means the entire
selected area will be affected.  The default, 0, normally works
very well, removing red-eye while skin hair and other things you
might select by accident.  To speed the process up, you can use
"Auto Red Eye Remover" under Filters/Misc instead, which simply
applies the remover with the default sensitivity.

Based on a GIMP 1.2 Perl plugin by Geoff Kuenning
Patches and enhancements by Steve Joiner.

 Compiled for Gimp-2.10.22 Win_64bit: MareroQ


Ver. 0.3 [red-eye-removal.exe]

Author: Robert Merkel & Andreas Røsdal
In menu: Filters / Enhance / Red Eye Removal...

The plugin was included in the default GIMP-2.8, replaced in Gimp-2.10 with the Gegl operation.
This plug-in removes the red eye effect caused by camera flashes by using a percentage based red color threshold.  
Make a selection containing the eyes, and apply the filter while adjusting the threshold to accurately remove the red eyes.
Before applying the “Red Eye Removal” you must do a selection (lasso or elliptical) of the boundary of the iris of the eye(s) having a red pupil.
If you don't make this selection, the filter inform you that : “Manually selecting the eyes may improve the results


 Manually selecting the eyes:


If you don't make this selection:

Compiled for Gimp-2.10.22 Win_64bit: MareroQ

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