A tool for INTENSIFYING images.
A command-line tool for INTENSIFYING images. That is, it opens a file and SHAKES IT VIGOROUSLY. Mostly used for memes.
Pretty much Python3.5+ and Pillow>=5.4.1. The setup.py should install it for you.
$ pip install python-intensifies
$ intensify -h usage: intensify [-h] [-i IMAGE] [-o OUTPUT] [-s MAX_LENGTH] [-w WIGGLE_LEVEL] [-f FPS] optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit -i IMAGE, --image IMAGE The image to be INTENSIFIED. Defaults to setup.py -o OUTPUT, --output OUTPUT The filename to which the output should be saved. Must end in ".gif" -s MAX_LENGTH, --max_length MAX_LENGTH The output will have dimensions no bigger than this value. -w WIGGLE_LEVEL, --wiggle_level WIGGLE_LEVEL Amount of shaking on a scale of 0 to 1. -f FPS, --fps FPS Frame rate of the output in frames per second. Max is 50. $ intensify -i python.jpg -w .25 -o danger_noodle.gif
0.0.3 - 0.0.4: * If you're reading this, you can now install this via pypi. 0.0.2 - 0.0.3: * Re-added the FPS parameter I forgot to document removing. Initially it was because Pillow is limited in framerates it can animate, but turns out it's very useful for reducing filesize of emojis. 0.0.1 - 0.0.2: * Transparency AND animation is now supported for .gif files used as input. * MoviePy, (and by extension, imageio, tqdm, and a copy of ffmpeg) are no longer dependencies. * No need for a folder as a package, setup.py just installs a single module now.
* Transparency for .png files used as input is not supported.
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