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Clear Glass Brumbies Script for GIMP

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Krikor
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Re: Clear Glass Brumbies Script for GIMP

Post#21 by Krikor » 21 Feb 2020, 18:47


tim wrote:
10 Aug 2019, 13:20
I took me like 15 seconds or less to run with this sample file and result attached.
omg-glass-sample.xcfomg-glass-sample-result.png
Hi @tim , could you please check what is wrong with the image that I leave attached? It takes forever to run this script. :crysmiley:
With the image you provided I can also get a result in a few seconds, very fast.

How long can you run the script on this image that I leave attached?

What could be the reason for this slowness?
Thanks!
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Krikor - super slow image avec cette filter
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Post#22 by enxio27 » 21 Feb 2020, 19:45


Krikor wrote:
21 Feb 2020, 18:47
Hi @tim , could you please check what is wrong with the image that I leave attached? It takes forever to run this script. :crysmiley:
With the image you provided I can also get a result in a few seconds, very fast.
Not Tim, but based on my own experience, I would say that you need to make the elephant/text black, with a white background.
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Post#23 by Krikor » 21 Feb 2020, 20:07


enxio27 wrote:
21 Feb 2020, 19:45
Not Tim, but based on my own experience, I would say that you need to make the elephant/text black, with a white background.
Hi @enxio27 , I read your post, and you were also slow. But you look like you had the text on a transparent layer. As you can see from this attached image, there is already the black elephant on a white background. So I think the problem is different.

Thank you for your help!
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CtrlAltDel
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Post#24 by CtrlAltDel » 31 May 2021, 11:21


For anyone that may still be having problems with this script, try making your 2 images used the same size. I found an image of a desert scene and a horse clipart image. The horse image was much smaller than the desert scene image.

I ran the script with the two different sized images and it looked like it may not be done in 3 or 4 days, so I gave up after about 5 minutes.

After studying the examples Tim provided, I noticed that the horse he used as an example was small but was on a white background the same size as the landscape image he was using. After putting the horse clipart on a white background that was the same size as the desert scene image, the script ran smoothly and was done in about 2 minutes.

Thanks, Tim.

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Krikor
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Post#25 by Krikor » 31 May 2021, 16:35


CtrlAltDel wrote:
31 May 2021, 11:21
For anyone that may still be having problems with this script, try making your 2 images used the same size. [...] After putting the horse clipart on a white background that was the same size as the desert scene image, the script ran smoothly and was done in about 2 minutes.
CtrlAltDel, I remember some of this episode. I know I eventually figured out a way around the problem and made the plugin work with the elephant image I posted.

But it was a different case than the one reported by you in the previous post (different size between images) or the one reported by Enxio27 (transparent background).

In any case a good result is also possible with Bevel Reflect Logo, although far from the expected if compared to this plugin.

I suggest you try it, I have left attached this elephant image so you can personally verify the experience I referred to.

Using Bevel Reflect Logo.
BRLphant.png
Krikor - Using BRL
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CtrlAltDel
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Post#26 by CtrlAltDel » 31 May 2021, 21:55


Not bad at all, Krikor. I never would have thought of trying just Bevel Reflect. I mean, it looks almost as good as the transparent glass script. It seems like there is almost always more than one way of getting something done in Gimp.

Thanks for the tip.
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