|| at Jul 22, 2014 at 9:50 pm
The imaging package produces 8bit NRGBA images only. The gift package
allows you to write the result into any image that implements the
I wanted to make a new, more go-style API and improve processing internals,
but didn't want to break things in the imaging package, so I made a new
I don't think these two packages should be used together. Just choose which
of them fits best.
вторник, 22 июля 2014 г., 12:31:20 UTC+4 пользователь Oleku Konko написал:
Nice ... Well Done , Here are some quick questions
- Apart from more filter what is the different between *imaging *& *gift*
*- *Are you going to replace the filter functions in *imaging *with *gif*
*- *Are they supposed to be used differently or they complement each other
On Sunday, July 20, 2014 5:32:11 PM UTC+1, disintegration wrote:
I just made a new image processing library - "gift" (Go Image Filtering
It provides a set of various filters including resizing, basic
transformations, adjustments, convolution, blurring etc. I plan to add more
It's pretty fast at high-quality processing such as lanczos resizing and
gaussian blur. Supports multi-core parallelization (can be disabled).
Readme on github contains some examples.
Feel free to use it if you'll like it. It's pure Go and Mit licensed.
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