PhFGimp is a set of plug-ins that allow to invoke the PhotoFlow editor directly from GIMP.
The file-photoflow plug-in calls the PhotoFlow editor to process RAW files opened with GIMP.
The phf_gimp plug-in calls PhotoFlow to non-destructively edit GIMP layer data.
Compilation and installation
install the GIMP development files (from sources or via your preferred package manager)
The PhFGimp plug-ins are only compatible with GIMP version 2.9.x or higher.
clone the git repository:
git clone https://github.com/aferrero2707/PhFGimp
create the build directory:
cd PhFGimp mkdir -p build cd build
configure, build and install the plug-ins:
cmake -DBABL_FLIPS_DISABLED=OFF -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Release ..
make install (or sudo make install depending on the location of the GIMP plug-ins folder)
In order to use the PhFGimp plug-ins, you also need to install the latest version of the PhotoFlow editor from here.
The photoflow executable is searched in different locations depending on the operating system:
- under Linux, it is searched in the folders included in the PATH environment variable
- under OSX, the plug-ins will use the
/Applications/photoflow.app/Contents/MacOS/photoflowexecutable if available
- under Windows, the plug-ins will use the
%USERPROFILE%\photoflow\bin\photoflow.exeexecutable if available
This choices can be overridden by setting the PHOTOFLOW_PATH environment variable to the full path of the PhotoFlow executable.