UIM stands for 'UNIX Image Manager'. It is an attempt of bringing the AIM ('Atari Image Manger') to the UNIX world. With UIM one can resize and filter images. One can also multiply, add, etc. etc. images with other images or a given value. UIM is meant for advanced image processing.


Download link:uim-0.3.tgz
You also need the PPM library to be able to compile these tools.


0.3added a binary noise filter
0.2uim now no longer works on RGB images: it takes a grayscale image for all its inputs. Added are tools for converting rgb to grayscale (splitting up and conversion) and the other way around. This way, things are a lot more flexible.
0.1initial release