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GraphicsMagick

  •    C++

GraphicsMagick is the swiss army knife of image processing. It provides a robust and efficient collection of tools and libraries which support reading, writing, and manipulating an image in over 88 major formats including important formats like DPX, GIF, JPEG, JPEG-2000, PNG, PDF, PNM, and TIFF.

Image - A PHP library to handle images

  •    PHP

The Gregwar\Image class purpose is to provide a simple object-oriented images handling and caching API.

Apache Commons Imaging - Java Imaging Library

  •    Java

Apache Commons Imaging, previously known as Apache Commons Sanselan, is a library that reads and writes a variety of image formats, including fast parsing of image info (size, color space, ICC profile, etc.) and metadata. It's slower, consequently, but perfectly portable. It's easier to use than ImageIO/JAI/Toolkit (Sun/Java's image support), supports more formats (and supports them more correctly). It also provides easy access to metadata.

menyoki - Screen{shot,cast} and perform ImageOps on the command line 🌱 🏞️

  •    Rust

menyoki is a screencast and screenshot utility that can also perform various image related operations such as making/splitting GIFs and modifying/analyzing image files. It aims to be a lightweight command line tool for either helping out on day-to-day life operations or complicated detail-centric issues. Originally it was designed to record/screenshot terminal windows but it can be tweaked easily for other purposes with command line arguments, environment variables, or a configuration file. menyoki requires a window system implementation of the supported platform for record and capture actions. Other features are expected to work normally since they don't require a window system running (or grabbing a window to operate on). For example, despite the macOS is not listed as a supported platform, menyoki still can perform image operations such as edit and analyze if it's compiled on macOS.




Sipi - Simple Image Presentation Interface

  •    C++

Sipi is a high-performance media server developed by the Digital Humanities Lab at the University of Basel. It is designed to be used by archives, libraries, and other institutions that need to preserve high-quality images while making them available online. Sipi implements the International Image Interoperability Framework (IIIF), and efficiently converts between image formats, preserving metadata contained in image files. In particular, if images are stored in JPEG 2000 format, Sipi can convert them on the fly to formats that are commonly used on the Internet. Sipi offers a flexible framework for specifying authentication and authorization logic in Lua scripts, and supports restricted access to images, either by reducing image dimensions or by adding watermarks. It can easily be integrated with Knora.

png2svg - Convert small PNG images to SVG Tiny 1.2

  •    Go

Go module and command line utility for converting small PNG files to SVG Tiny 1.2. Rainforest image from Wikipedia.

bmp2tile - Converts images to Master System data formats

  •    Pascal

It’s a program that can converts BMP, PNG, PCX and GIF format images into raw or compressed 8×8 pixel separated-bitplane tile data suitable for inclusion in SMS and GG homebrew programs. At the same time, it optimises duplicate tiles, creates a tilemap to recreate the original image and converts the palette for you.

optimise-images - Batch image resizer, optimiser and profiler using ImageMagick convert, OptiPNG, JpegOptim and optional ZopfliPNG, Guetzli and MozJPEG

  •    Shell

Batch jpg, jpeg and png image resizer, optimiser and image profiler using ImageMagick convert, OptiPNG, JpegOptim and optional Mozilla MozJPEG, ZopfliPNG and Google Guetzli (work in progress for Guetzli). Profile original images via script's profile flag and pass the directory path to the directory containing the images you want to optimise /home/nginx/domains/domain.com/public/images. This is your baseline to compare resizing and optimisations applied to images using above default variable parameters.







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