compares two images for equality or a difference percentage
Calculates the difference between images in percent, checks equality with optional fuzzyness.
- Get diff image using Pillow's ImageChops.difference
- Convert the diff image to greyscale
- Sum up all diff pixels by summing up their histogram values
- Calculate a percentage based on a black and white image of the same size
Check the tests to see example diffs for different scenarios. Don't expect the diff of two jpg images be the same for the same images converted to png. Don't do interformat compares (e.g. JPG with PNG).
CAUTION: Due to a bugfix in the RGB -> L (Luminosity Greyscale) conversion in Pillow 7.0.0 the calculated outputs (percentages, etc.) differ between 6.2.2 and 7.0.0.
- Pillow ( https://python-pillow.org/ )
- imgcompare 0.1.0: no version checks
- imgcompare 1.0.0: Python 2.7, Pillow <= 6.2.2
- imgcompare 2.0.0: Python 3.x, Pillow >= 7.0.0, (calculated percentages will differ to Pillow 6.2.2)
pip install imgcompare
is_same = is_equal("image_a.jpg", "image_b.jpg")
use the tolerance parameter to allow a certain diff pass as same
is_same = is_equal("image_a.jpg", "image_b.jpg", tolerance=2.5)
get the diff percentage
percentage = image_diff_percent("image_a.jpg", "image_b.jpg")
or work directly with pillow image instances (also works for is_equal)
image_a = Image.open("image_a.jpg") image_b = Image.open("image_b.jpg") percentage = image_diff_percent(image_a, image_b)
On Image B the cat wears some fancy goggles which results in a small difference.
imgcompare.image_diff_percent(JPG_CAT, JPG_CAT_SLIGHT_DIFF) result => 0.344547385621
Difference between jpg and same jpg encoded again
Image B is Image A, but run again through the JPEG encoder, so Image B now has slightly more compression artefacts than Image A, which results in a small diff.
imgcompare.image_diff_percent(JPG_CAT, JPG_CAT_REENCODED) result => 0.0149232026144
Black and White
When comparing a fully black image with a fully white one, the expected difference is 100%.
imgcompare.image_diff_percent(JPG_BLACK, JPG_WHITE) result => 100.0
Black and Half-Black-White
Comparing a full black image with a half black, half white one gives a difference of 50%.
imgcompare.image_diff_percent(JPG_BLACK, JPG_HALF_BW) result => 50.0
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