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python-imaging Python Imaging Library
Installed size 1144
Maintainer Matthias Klose <doko@debian.org>
Architecture i386
Version 1.1.5-11
Depends python-central (>= 0.5), python (>= 2.3), python (<< 2.5), mime-support | python-imaging-tk, libc6 (>= 2.3.6-6), libfreetype6 (>= 2.2), libjpeg62, zlib1g (>= 1
Suggests python-imaging-doc
File name pool/main/p/python-imaging/python-imaging_1.1.5-11_i386.deb
Description The Python Imaging Library (PIL) adds an image object to your Python interpreter. You can load images from a variety of file formats, and apply a rich set of image operations to them. . Image Objects: o Bilevel, greyscale, palette, true colour (RGB), true colour with transparency (RGBA). o colour separation (CMYK). o Copy, cut, paste operations. o Flip, transpose, resize, rotate, and arbitrary affine transforms. o Transparency operations. o Channel and point operations. o Colour transforms, including matrix operations. o Image enhancement, including convolution filters. . File Formats: o Full (Open/Load/Save): BMP, EPS (with ghostscript), GIF, IM, JPEG, MSP, PDF, PNG, PPM, TIFF, XBM. o Read only (Open/Load): ARG, CUR, DCX, FLI, FPX, GBR, GD, ICO, IMT, IPTC, MCIDAS, MPEG, PhotoCD, PCX, PIXAR, PSD, TGA, SGI, SUN, TGA, WMF, XPM. o Save only: PDF, EPS (without ghostscript).

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