A few changes, so I made a new version. The biggest change is the ability for the single image converter (not batch) to handle images in the middle of the text. This is an equivalent to the "mixed" output in ScanTaylor, except you'll have to select the images a la mano
It is intended to use after the batch converter, for pages which contain both text and images.
The good thing with it is that it allows you to reduce the size of the images dramatically using various dithering options. Of course if you use these options the image quality will drop but I find the weight/quality to be satisfying, especially when producing PDFs for ereaders (usually supporting only 16 levels of Gray).
I'll do another tutorial soon (hopefully) about this in this same topic.Bitonal Converter for GIMP v.0.3Change log:
- image handling. To use this function select the images you want to work on using the mouse
(hold Shift to select more than one image) before using the script
- changed default opacity to 35
- changed minimum values of DoG and Gaussians to 1 instead of 0 (which made the script crash)Download: