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Pack multiple images of different sizes or formats into one image.

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image_packer

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Pack multiple images of different sizes or formats into one image.
- Supported image input formats: - png, bmp, jpg - Supported image output formats: - png(24 or 32bits)
atlas

atlas

Compatibility

image_packer works with Python 3.4 or higher.

Dependencies

  • Pillow

Installation

pip install image-packer

Usage

from image_packer import packer

workpath = './image'

input_filepaths = [
    workpath + '/*.png',
    workpath + '/*.jpg',
    workpath + '/*.bmp',
]
output_filepath = workpath + '/atlas.png'
container_width = 128

options = {
    'padding': (1, 1, 1, 1),
    'enable_auto_size': True,
    'enable_vertical_flip': True,
    'force_pow2': False
}

packer.pack(
    input_filepaths=input_filepaths,
    output_filepath=output_filepath,
    container_width=container_width,
    options=options
)

Command-line Tool

$ impack -i "./image/*.png" -i "./image/*.jpg" -i "./image/*.bmp" -o "./image/atlas.png" -w 128 -p 1 1 1 1

License

This software is released under the MIT License, see LICENSE.

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