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'rfx-save-frame' is a Script-fu procedure that is available for all RFX-GIMP scripts to use for saving frames to disk. Calling 'rfx-save-frame' would typically be the last operation that the loop code of an RFX-GIMP filter performs.
The procedure accepts two parameters: the image ID of the frame and a string containing the base filename of the frame. The filename should not include the path, nor should it include the extension.
In almost all cases, the invocation of 'rfx-save-frame' would just use the LiVES variable $frame for the base filename.
(rfx-save-frame image "$frame")
Note: quotes are required when Perl strings are inserted into RFX-GIMP scripts so that Script-fu recognizes them as strings.
'rfx-save-frame' will save the currently active layer of the specified 'image' after performing the following checks:
- If saving to a JPEG file, the layer is flattened against YUV black, thus removing any alpha channel. Note that only the active layer is saved, all others are ignored.
- If saving to a PNG file, grayscale and indexed images are first converted to RGB mode. Only the active layer is saved, so any merging/flattening should be performed beforehand.