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simple and fast JPEG thumbnail reader

Project Description

simple and fast JPEG thumbnail reader

Requirements

  • Python Imaging Library

Features

  • supports EXIF thumbnail
  • supports Adobe Photoshop thumbnail
  • import a partial JPEG data

An example

from cStringIO import StringIO
import Image
import JpegThumbnail

try:
    thumbnail = JpegThumbnail.read(filelikeobject or filename)
except JpegThumbnail.error:
    "parse error"
except IOError:
    "open or read error"
else:
    im = Image.open(StringIO(thumbnail))
    im.show()

Notes

  • In most case, JPEG thumbnail size is about 100 pixel.
  • In most case, thumbnail is found in early 10KiB of file data. In bad case, it’s found in ealry 100KiB.

History

0.1.0.0

  • first release
Release History

Release History

This version
History Node

0.1.0.0

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JpegThumbnail-0.1.0.0.zip (3.6 kB) Copy SHA256 Checksum SHA256 Source Sep 24, 2009

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