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converts any image to true color format

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convert images to true color format using python :bulb:


Install :sparkles:

pip install pixilate

Running :running:

pixilate [filepath] [savetofile]

Param Type Description
filepath path The path to the file you want to convert
savetofile bool: 1 or 0 if you want to save your output to a file (defaults to 0)

Troubleshoot :scream:

If the output seems to be some text or the image doesnt seemed to be colored properly you may have a terminal app that does not support True Color , you can find a list of terminal apps that do support it right now here and many others working on them.

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Contributing :books:

Contributions welcome; Please submit all pull requests the against master branch.

Author :monkey:


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