Found 2 file extension associations related to Geomorph and 1 file format developed specifically for use with Geomorph.
Platform, operating system: Linux/Unix
Go to: Geomorph description
Developer: Patrice St-Gelais
Developer / company: Patrice St-Gelais
Geomorph is a height field generator and editor for the Linux operating system. A height field is a kind of topographic map. It is a 2D projection of a 3D landscape. Geomorph generates square images and shows a 3D preview of the resulting landscape. The resulting 2D image can be processed with a tool like Povray for rendering the landscape.
Geomorph actually exists in an alpha stage, localized in French, English and German. It is generally stable.
Its main features are, for now:
- An environment allowing multiple documents in multiple windows.
- Output in PNG files with 16 bits per channel, from 128x128 to 4096x4096 pixels, giving 65536 levels from black to white.
- Tools to generate height fields by simple subdivision or repeated sum of an arbitrary surface.
- A fractal pen for drawing irregular surfaces.
- Pens for drawing smooth strokes, craters, faults, cracks and fissures.
- Edit and transform tools appropriate to image editing - brightness/contrast and the like (few "paint" programs can edit 16 bits per channel images).
- Edit and transform tools relevant to height field editing - erosion, quantization ("terraces"), cityscapes, and the like.
- A Povray run button, for testing the current image with a scene you select.
- An undo/redo history, with multiple levels. The default history stacks has 5 levels, but this parameter can be adjusted in the configuration file.
- A display scale control.
- An OpenGL preview (MesaGL).
- A tool for editing configuration files, where default directories and other parameters are saved.
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