GNU Image Manipulation Program
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What is GNU Image Manipulation Program?
GNU Image Manipulation Program (GIMP) is an open-source computer program distributed as free software under the GNU General Public License. The program can be run on Unix, Mac OS X, Windows, Solaris, FreeBSD and AmigaOS 4 platforms.
GNU Image Manipulation Program generally functions as an image editor and painting program that allow the user to modify components of a photograph, as well as create personal art works through tools such as brush, pencil, and airbrush.
The software was developed by Spencer Kimball and Peter Mattis as part of a project for University of California, Berkeley in 1995. It was later offered as a GNU Project in 1996.
Image editing tools include color palettes and an eyedropper tool, which enables the user to choose a color from the image on canvass. It also includes an RGB color scale and a CYMK color selector. A selection of gradient effects, patterns and blending tools are likewise provided for the user.
Image and text layering is also enabled, plus the user can automate frequently-executed tasks through scripting.
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File types supported by GNU Image Manipulation Program
Our users primarily use GNU Image Manipulation Program to open these file types:
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Last updated: : March 12, 2013