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removing bright pixels pitibonom 23 Sep 15:11
  removing bright pixels rich404 23 Sep 16:26
   removing bright pixels pitibonom 24 Sep 10:30
2020-09-23 15:11:32 UTC (about 1 month ago)
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removing bright pixels

Hi.

I use blender and i bake lightmaps.

As a result i get picture with high number of fireflies ( bright pixels that should not be present )

I'd like to select and remove them:

- bright pixels can be found when they are luminous according to their surrounding pixels.

I tried many things in gimp but no proper way to remove those pixels.

Has anyone an idea for thos bright pixels selection ? or maybe a gimp addon ?

Thanks in advance for your help :-)

rich404
2020-09-23 16:26:35 UTC (about 1 month ago)

removing bright pixels

Hi.

I use blender and i bake lightmaps.

As a result i get picture with high number of fireflies ( bright pixels that should not be present )

I'd like to select and remove them:

- bright pixels can be found when they are luminous according to their surrounding pixels.

I tried many things in gimp but no proper way to remove those pixels.

Has anyone an idea for thos bright pixels selection ? or maybe a gimp addon ?

Thanks in advance for your help :-)

Try the gimp gmic plugin www.gmic.eu The plugin section Repair -> Despeckle

and if there are lots to process you can get the gmic settings from the gmic log file and use BIMP, the batch processor. where gmic shows as 'other gimp procedure'

2020-09-24 10:30:57 UTC (about 1 month ago)
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Try the gimp gmic plugin www.gmic.eu The plugin section Repair -> Despeckle

and if there are lots to process you can get the gmic settings from the gmic log file and use BIMP, the batch processor. where gmic shows as 'other gimp procedure'

Awww !!!

This is just perfect ! much more than the despeckle gimp filter !!!

I didn't know about this G'MIC addon. i think i'll have to spend some time at looking what it can do :)

Thanks a lot and have a nice day :D

regards.