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FFTresize resizes images using zero-padding in the frequency domain.

Project Description

FFTresize resizes images using zero-padding in the frequency domain.

Installation

FFTresize requires docopt, PIL, NumPy, and matplotlib.

FFTresize consists of a package and a script.

To install these from the source code,

gunzip < FFTresize-0.4.2.tar.gz | tar -xf -
cd FFTresize-0.4.2/
python setup.py install

or with pip,

pip install fftresize

Usage

The fftresize script accepts two arguments: the file name of the image to resize, and a decimal factor by which to resize the image (1.0 meaning no change).

FFTresize - Resize images using the FFT

Usage:
    fftresize <image> <factor>
    fftresize -h | --help
    fftresize -v | --version

Options:
    -h, --help      Print this help.
    -v, --version   Print version information.

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