Cut images into tiles and reassemble them..
What does it do?
Splits an image into n equally-sized tiles. Also capable of joining the pieces back together.
Whether you are planning a collaborative art project, creating a jigsaw puzzle, or simply get a kick out of dividing images into identical quadrilaterals… this package is for you!
$ pip install image_slicer
Python versions supported:
Slice an image with Python:
>>> import image_slicer >>> image_slicer.slice('cake.jpg', 4) (<Tile #1 - cake_01_01.png>, <Tile #2 - cake_01_02.png>, <Tile #3 - cake_02_01.png>, <Tile #4 - cake_02_02.png>)
… or from the command line:
$ slice-image cake.jpg 36
This module was developed for collabart, a web application for launching collaborative art projects.
Fix save is executed twice
Fix file extensions of output files should be lower case
Fix CLI script help text for JPEG usage
Fix slice-image script.
Rename join_tiles() to join().
New Tile class.
split_image() now saves tiles by default.
get_basename() can now handle paths.
More comprehensive validation in validate_image().
Fix incorrect filenames returned by save_tiles().
Improve test coverage.
Fix dependencies in setup.py
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