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A small script to render images to an ANSI terminal

Project description

Image 2 ANSI

Converts an image to a representation in ANSI


pip install img_term


usage: img_term [-h] [-img IMG] [-width WIDTH] [-cam CAM] [-col {4,8,24}]

Display image to terminal

optional arguments:
  -h, --help     show this help message and exit
  -img IMG       Image file to display
  -width WIDTH   Character width of output
  -cam CAM       Show camera, this is the default
  -col {4,8,24}  Colour scheme to use

Display an image in terminal

img_term -img dog.jpg 

Render your video capture device to terminal:


Select a colour palette:

./ -img lena.jpg -col 24


Go from this:


To this:


Or this


To this:


Or even render a video:

./ -col 24 -vid unrealset.mkv -width 78

Or simply stream your USB camera to terminal!:

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