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2019-01-23 13:33:01 UTC (9 months ago)
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Hi,

I need to use GIMP 2.8 and I need to use JPG 2000. How can I do it?

2019-01-23 20:32:51 UTC (9 months ago)
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Hi,

I need to use GIMP 2.8 and I need to use JPG 2000. How can I do it?

Operating System??? - guessing a Windows user.

Gimp can only read a jp2 (jpeg2000) file format, Nothing useful to write a jp2

Use some other application as a converter such as XnViewMP

2019-01-23 21:27:00 UTC (9 months ago)
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Operating System??? - guessing a Windows user.

Gimp can only read a jp2 (jpeg2000) file format, Nothing useful to write a jp2

Use some other application as a converter such as XnViewMP

Thanks for answer. My operating system is ubuntu

2019-01-24 11:30:00 UTC (9 months ago)
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Thanks for answer. My operating system is ubuntu

I use (k)ubuntu as well, which will open a jp2 but there is no export. That applies to Gimp 2.8 and Gimp 2.10 at present.

There is old code around for a load/save jpeg2000 plugin but I can not compile it, too many errors. Your best bet for converting a file from Gimp to jp2 is still XnViewMP. There is a linux appimage that works.

To me it looks like jpeg2000 abandoned in favour of newer formats such as webp

2019-01-25 18:04:35 UTC (9 months ago)
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I use (k)ubuntu as well, which will open a jp2 but there is no export. That applies to Gimp 2.8 and Gimp 2.10 at present.

There is old code around for a load/save jpeg2000 plugin but I can not compile it, too many errors. Your best bet for converting a file from Gimp to jp2 is still XnViewMP. There is a linux appimage that works.

To me it looks like jpeg2000 abandoned in favour of newer formats such as webp

Thank you I will test XnViewMP

2019-01-26 11:10:28 UTC (9 months ago)
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Thank you I will test XnViewMP

Just looking at my kubuntu Gimp 2.8.22 installation and for some reason the 'buntu package does not include the file-jp2-load plugin. Why, I do not know. It is there in ealier versions and is there in Gimp 2.10 flatpak.

From a previous Gimp 2.8 the missing plugin, zipped and attached. Unzip and put in your Gimp 2.8 user profile ~/.gimp-2.8/plug-ins The permissions should be set but check anyway. That gets a jpeg2000 open, still no way of exporting from Gimp.

2019-01-26 12:02:51 UTC (9 months ago)
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Just looking at my kubuntu Gimp 2.8.22 installation and for some reason the 'buntu package does not include the file-jp2-load plugin. Why, I do not know. It is there in ealier versions and is there in Gimp 2.10 flatpak.

From a previous Gimp 2.8 the missing plugin, zipped and attached. Unzip and put in your Gimp 2.8 user profile ~/.gimp-2.8/plug-ins The permissions should be set but check anyway. That gets a jpeg2000 open, still no way of exporting from Gimp.

It gets worse.

If you are using 'buntu 18.04 (maybe 18.10) then file-jp2-load has a dependency libjasper1 which as far as can tell is not in the regular repo's, but check anyway.

The package from xenial ('buntu 16.04) works. Get it from

https://packages.ubuntu.com/xenial/libjasper1 or use the attached deb, unzip it and install from a terminal

sudo dpkg -i libjasper1_1.900.1-debian1-2.4ubuntu1.2_amd64.deb

as the screenshot in ubuntu 18.04

That gets file-jp2-load working here.