(FX-Foundry, perhaps the largest script collection available for the GIMP, is available on Debian-based systems in the
Fortunately, the automatic layer name changer didn't work (the latest official release is a bit dated), so in order to make a compelling animation, I had to rename all the layers by hand. Or did I?
It appears GIMP's Python-Fu is quite easy to grasp conveniently for such tasks. All it took me was a little research and the following short code pasted in the Python-Fu console:
image = gimp.image_list() for layer in image.layers: layer.name += ' (replace) (2000ms)'And there, I have a 190-layer GIF animation changing face every 2 seconds. Yay! :-)
Proves once again the power and aptitude of open-source software.