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Bimp and Exposure, where is it?
#1
A new color adjustment in 2.10 is exposure, found in Colors->Exposure.

I want to use Bimp to batch process a bunch of images add add exposure.  I can't seem to find the procedure in Bimp.  Does anyone know what it is called or how to add exposure as a procedure in Bimp?
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#2
I don't believe you can.

I think it's a GEGL based filter and at present GEGL filters are not scriptable.
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#3
What are you using at the moment Linux or Windows? and if Gimp 2.10.2 where did you get it?

1. As Kevin stated. The problem is Colors -> Exposure is a GEGL operation, not in Gimp's pdb so BIMP does not pick it up for Other Gimp Procedure screenshot: https://i.imgur.com/GP5cbwA.jpg

2. If you have gmic plugin installed you might find one of the filters a match. Not recommending anything, it is all in the eye-of-the-beholder. Use a typical image, find your filter, use the verbose option to log the settings. https://i.imgur.com/Ib81NwL.jpg

3. In BIMP that goes in as a Other Gimp Procedure Copy / paste for very long command lines. Note the "1"'s and the "-" in front of the "v" as in this: https://i.imgur.com/HgJqiyq.jpg

This shown in Gimp 2.10.2 flatpak, Kubuntu 16.04 so stuck with the gtk version of gmic, qt version will be the similar.
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#4
I am using appimage 2.10.3 on Mint 18. I didn't realize g'mic could work in bimp like that.
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#5
Ok, that appimage already includes gmic_gimp_qt which hides that verbose log setting in gmic Settings -> Other -> Output messages

The log file is in the usual ~/.config/gmic/gmic_qt_log

usual screenshot Wink https://i.imgur.com/dZ6zCwS.jpg
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#6
Where does this log file appear for the GTK version for the flatpak?
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#7
(12-07-2018, 05:47 PM)mholder Wrote: Where does this log file appear for the GTK version for the flatpak?

Using the flatpak with gmic GTK then the log is in ~/.var/app/org.gimp.GIMP/config/gmic/gui_log
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#8
Thanks! You just saved me a tremendous amount of time!
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