This repository includes a GIMP plugin for communication with a stable-diffusion server and a Google colab notebook for running the server.
The server exposes a REST API, which is used by the GIMP plugin to communicate with the server. Currently the plugin offers the possibility to use img2img. img2img means, that you create an image in GIMP, which is then used as the base for the image creation in stable-diffusion.
Digital Restriction Management (or short #DRM) is preventing us from harnessing the true potential of digital media. It enforces artificial scarcity for the sake of upholding outdated business-models. A better world is possible. Lets build it together. Let's abandon technology which is #DefectiveByDesign
learn more: https://www.defectivebydesign.org
Meet master_me, a new LV2/VST3/CLAP plugin and standalone app to provide one-click mastering for live streams to get loudness just right
Sometimes I feel like a curmudgeon for sticking to free software tools, and Figma was a hit even among the open source design crowd.
Full solidarity to the design colleagues who will now have enough anxiety about how far their workflows will be screwed.
That said, this is why you can't compromise: there are no "nice" flavors of proprietary software (remember Minecraft).
A lot of work which takes me away from code, but also wildly interesting.
Also a lot of thanks to @patdavid who is helping me on the styling side (while I handle the contents), with #pixlsus theming code, and Robin Swift for triggering the whole port (which had been planned for a while but on the backlog until now) and helping us with data moving.
Looking for an open source project to control Canon cameras over WiFi.
#Canon #cameras can be controlled through USB with #GPhoto2 but as far as I know there is no possibility to do the same via #WiFi.
Has anyone seen a project to do this or has anyone ever written to Canon if there is at least an API documentation?
Please boost if possible!
2016: I installed #Linux for the first time
2020: I decide to write my own photography planning app because this is the only Android app I use where no Linux alternative exists
2021: #GTK4 is released and I started with the development of the current app
If you're a #windows user, grab a pre-4.0 build of #darktable! https://discuss.pixls.us/t/darktable-windows-insider-program-6-26/31375
Darktable is a free open source raw photo processing app for Linux, Mac and Windows, sort of a libre alternative to Adobe's Lightroom.
You can follow at:
You can download it from the project's website at https://www.darktable.org
« Until now, #GIMP was only officially distributed for #Windows as an installer provided on our download page. In particular, the GIMP team never distributed it via the Microsoft Store. This changes today ! » https://www.gimp.org/news/2022/06/18/gimp-2-10-32-on-microsoft-store/
I've released DNGLab 0.5 today: https://github.com/dnglab/dnglab/releases/tag/v0.5.0
Many many more cameras supported, check it out.
Did another write-up on CLAP, new-ish audio/MIDI plugins API under MIT license:
You can also check out Peter Kirn's coverage over at CDM:
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