In this tutorial, I give you a background on GEGL operations and explain why this feature is so crucial for future versions of GIMP. GEGL, which stands for General Graphics Library, is a stepping-stone to more advanced, non-destructive editing features like adjustment layers (which I discuss further in this video).
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