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re: Octave and Wavelet Sharpen
#1
I've seen a video that describes Octave and Wavelet Sharpen but I don't see them in the tools. The video was for 2.8.

Are these plugins or no longer used in 2.10?

Thank You

Daniel
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#2
Wavelet decomposition seems to be in standard Gimp now (Filters>Enhance>Wavelet decomposition)
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#3
But that isn't the same as 'sharpen', is it?
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#4
you can get Wavelet Sharpen here:

http://gimpchat.com/viewtopic.php?p=84084#p84087

not sure if it works for 2.10, but the plug-in is for 32 and 64 bit (which i think is the requirement)

also here:
https://www.flickr.com/groups/48637250@N...168678599/
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#5
You can find both wavelet and octave sharpening with a search. 
A couple of versions of octave around, this from Sourceforge. 
A compiled for Win 64bit Gimp 2.10 from samj. 
Screenshots to show they work in Win10 64 bit Gimp 2.10.2: https://i.imgur.com/kkzhzuj.jpg  https://i.imgur.com/YPbTw2t.jpg

While I do use wavelet sharpen sometimes, wavelet decompose is also a useful tool. All depends on the image. The Gimp 2.10 filter puts the layers into a folder by default. I prefer a simple stack as:  https://i.imgur.com/8LX4s73.jpg

attached: wavelet-sharpen.exe octave-sharpening.py Unzip put in Gimp 2.10 plugin folder
C:\Users\your-name\AppData\Roaming\GIMP\2.10\plug-ins

Note for alternative. The equivalent are also included in the gimp plugin g'mic http://www.gmic.eu


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