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Is it possible to apply things like brightness/contrast or hue saturation, or even filters to more than one layer at a time in gimp.

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If you install the GIMP Animation Plug-in (GAP), you will have available a "Filter All Layers" command added to the Filters menu. When you execute the command, you will be presented with a list of all filters available in the Procedural Data Base and be able to choose one of them to be applied to each of the layers in your image...

see these links if they help...

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links broken :( – Aquarius Power Jun 5 at 23:34

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