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GNU Image Manipulation Program

GIMP is an acronym for GNU Image Manipulation Program. It is a freely distributed program for such tasks as photo retouching, image composition and image authoring. It has many capabilities. It can be used as a simple paint program, an expert quality photo retouching program, an online batch processing system, a mass production image renderer, an image format converter, etc.

The GNU Image Manipulation Program's executable files that are searched for the most

According to our database, the GNU Image Manipulation Program uses executable files. The GNU Image Manipulation Program product's 20 executable files that are the most searched for:

align-layers.exe
GNU Image Manipulation Program Plug-In
animation-optimize.exe
GNU Image Manipulation Program Plug-In
apply-canvas.exe
GNU Image Manipulation Program Plug-In
blur-gauss.exe
GNU Image Manipulation Program Plug-In
blur.exe
GNU Image Manipulation Program Plug-In
border-average.exe
GNU Image Manipulation Program Plug-In
bump-map.exe
GNU Image Manipulation Program Plug-In
cartoon.exe
GNU Image Manipulation Program Plug-In
cml-explorer.exe
GNU Image Manipulation Program Plug-In
color-exchange.exe
GNU Image Manipulation Program Plug-In
color-rotate.exe
GNU Image Manipulation Program Plug-In
color-to-alpha.exe
GNU Image Manipulation Program Plug-In
colorify.exe
GNU Image Manipulation Program Plug-In
contrast-stretch-hsv.exe
GNU Image Manipulation Program Plug-In
contrast-stretch.exe
GNU Image Manipulation Program Plug-In
convolution-matrix.exe
GNU Image Manipulation Program Plug-In
crop-auto.exe
GNU Image Manipulation Program Plug-In
curve-bend.exe
GNU Image Manipulation Program Plug-In
decompose.exe
GNU Image Manipulation Program Plug-In
depth-merge.exe
GNU Image Manipulation Program Plug-In

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