What are the possible software for linux app cut picture?

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Hi guys,

What are the possible software for linux app cut picture? I want a secure software for linux that will allow the user to crop, cut paste and edit photos which is very important for my class report. Suggest more ways to get this done properly.

Expecting some help, thank you.

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What are the possible software for linux app cut picture?

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Hi Anthony,

There are much software specialized to be used in Linux Such as:

– Inkscape (free) this advance tool uses Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) file extension.

– GIMPshop is an alternative tool replacement to Adobe Photoshop.

– Artstream is commonly used for production of image, brochure, documents and magazines with the use of pen, shading tool and brush.

– DuhDraw (free) this tool is commonly used for making ANSI screen, login screen, and mud screen. Good replacement for “TheDraw” for DOS.

– Giftrans (free) this tool is used to convert a GIF file into a GIF98a file.

– GIMP (free) General Image Manipulation Program, free tool which is good in retouching photo, compositing image, and image authoring.

– And many others

These programs were common for developing images that sun on Linux Operating System.

For further information, go to this link: http://linux.about.com/od/softgraphics/Linux_Software_Graphics_Image.htm

Hope it'll help.

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What are the possible software for linux app cut picture?

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Hi Anthony,

There are many options for you if you are looking for a Software for editing photos in Linux. I'll just briefly go through one below:

1. UFRaw:

This application gets right to the point. The second UFRaw is opened, a file selection must be made. We were able to quickly correct a washed-out 37 megabyte RAW test file. The previewer is quick to reflect any changes to the various sliders housed in the application.
 
The user interface is unconventional and completely lacks a menu bar. Settings most commonly associated with the menu bar can be accessed from an Options button near the lower-right corner of the window. Zoom controls and file menu options are also located on the bottom. The left pane is a multi-tabbed toolbar containing all of the editing options.
 
UFRaw is mostly speedy enough. Just don't click zoom too many times at once or it may hang. Overall, UFRaw is a decent lightweight RAW photo editor.
 
 
2. You can use online photo editing websites like picmonkey.com to process your photos. You just have to upload the photo, edit it and download it back. It is that simple really.
 
Glad to help you. Good day.

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