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maim - maim (make image) takes screenshots of your desktop

  •    C++

maim (Make Image) is a utility that takes screenshots of your desktop. It's meant to overcome shortcomings of scrot and performs better in several ways. Maim allows for a lot of unique and interesting functionalities. Here's an example of a few interactions.

libvips - A fast image processing library with low memory needs.

  •    C

libvips is a 2D image processing library. Compared to similar libraries, libvips runs quickly and uses little memory. libvips is licensed under the LGPL 2.1+. It has around 300 operations covering arithmetic, histograms, convolutions, morphological operations, frequency filtering, colour, resampling, statistics and others. It supports a large range of numeric formats, from 8-bit int to 128-bit complex. It supports a good range of image formats, including JPEG, TIFF, PNG, WebP, FITS, Matlab, OpenEXR, PDF, SVG, HDR, PPM, CSV, GIF, Analyze, DeepZoom, and OpenSlide. It can also load images via ImageMagick or GraphicsMagick.

jekyll-assets - :art: Asset pipelines for Jekyll.

  •    Ruby

Jekyll Assets is a drop in asset pipeline that uses Sprockets to build specifically for Jekyll. It utilizes Sprockets, and Jekyll to try and achieve a clean, and extensible assets platform that supports plugins, caching, converting your assets. It even supports proxying of said assets in a way that does not interfere with either Sprockets, or Jekyll, or your own source. By default you can add Jekyll Assets to your Gemfile, as a plugin, and have it act as a drop-in replacement for Jekyll's basic SASS processors, with you only having to add it to your Gemfile, and updating your <img>, and <link>. The configuration file is the same as Jekyll's, which is _config.yml. Except we use the special key called assets inside of that file. All values listed below are default, you need not copy these into your configuration file unless you plan to change a value. Setting a value makes it explicit, and shared across both production, and development.

imageflow - High-performance image manipulation for web servers

  •    Rust

Download blazing fast and uniquely safer tools for a modern image workflow. Note: We aren't labeling Imageflow as 'stable' until enough people have tested it. Please help us test and provide feedback! Also, please, please, please send us 'challenging' images and tasks.




libvips - A fast image processing library with low memory needs.

  •    C

libvips is a demand-driven, horizontally threaded image processing library. Compared to similar libraries, libvips runs quickly and uses little memory. libvips is licensed under the LGPL 2.1+. It has around 300 operations covering arithmetic, histograms, convolution, morphological operations, frequency filtering, colour, resampling, statistics and others. It supports a large range of numeric formats, from 8-bit int to 128-bit complex. Images can have any number of bands. It supports a good range of image formats, including JPEG, TIFF, PNG, WebP, FITS, Matlab, OpenEXR, PDF, SVG, HDR, PPM, CSV, GIF, Analyze, NIfTI, DeepZoom, and OpenSlide. It can also load images via ImageMagick or GraphicsMagick, letting it load formats like DICOM.

gifify - 😻 Convert any video file to an optimized animated GIF.

  •    Javascript

Convert any video file to an optimized animated GIF. Either in its full length or only a part of it. You can also use the gifify Docker image which comes with everything installed.

node-easyimage - Node.js module for image processing and manipulation

  •    TypeScript

EasyImage is a promise-based image processing module for Node.js, it is built on top of ImageMagick, so make sure ImageMagick is installed on your system. EasyImage 3 is only compatible with NodeJS 4 or greater.


Magick.NET - The .NET library for ImageMagick

  •    CSharp

ImageMagick is a powerful image manipulation library that supports over 100 major file formats (not including sub-formats). With Magick.NET you can use ImageMagick in your C#/VB.NET/.NET Core application without having to install ImageMagick on your server or desktop.For examples on how to install and use Magick.NET visit the documentation page. For more information about ImageMagick go to: http://www.imagemagick.org/.

slop - slop (Select Operation) is an application that queries for a selection from the user and prints the region to stdout

  •    C++

slop (Select Operation) is an application that queries for a selection from the user and prints the region to stdout. slop can be used to create a video recording script in only two lines of code.

Flyimg - Microservice to resize and crop images on the fly

  •    PHP

Image resizing, cropping and compression on the fly with the impressive MozJPEG compression algorithm. One Docker container to build your own Cloudinary-like service.You pass the image URL and a set of keys with options, like size or compression. Flyimg will fetch the image, convert it, store it, cache it and serve it. The next time the request comes, it will serve the cached version.

ngx_small_light - Dynamic Image Transformation Module For nginx.

  •    C

A dynamic image transformation module for nginx. Supports the various image-processings below.

thumbd - Node.js/AWS/ImageMagick-based image thumbnailing service.

  •    Javascript

Thumbd is an image thumbnailing server built on top of Node.js, SQS, S3, and ImageMagick.You can easily run Thumbd on Heroku. Simply set the appropriate environment variables with config:set and deploy using the Procfile provided.

catimg - :squirrel: Insanely fast image printing in your terminal

  •    C

Renders images in the terminal. catimg is a little program written in C with no dependencies that prints images in terminal. It supports JPEG, PNG and GIF formats. This program was originally a script that did the same by using ImageMagick convert.

Magick.NET

  •    CSharp

A .NET API to the ImageMagick image-processing library for Desktop and Web.

vips - Go Bindings for Vips (a super fast image processor)

  •    Go

This package is powered by the blazingly fast libvips image processing library, originally created in 1989 at Birkbeck College and currently maintained by JohnCupitt. The typical use case for this high speed package is to convert large images of many formats to smaller, web-friendly JPEG, PNG images of varying dimensions.

skeptick - Better ImageMagick for Ruby

  •    Ruby

Skeptick is an all-purpose DSL for building and running ImageMagick commands. It helps you build any transformations, from trivial resizes to complex mask algorithms and free drawing. In a nutshell, Skeptick is nothing more than a string manipulator and a process spawner. That's all it's meant to be. However, with Skeptick you get quite a few advantages over using plain shell-out or other libraries. To use Skeptick, you simply require it and include the module into your class.

mogrify - Image processing in Elixir (ImageMagick command line wrapper)

  •    Elixir

An Elixir wrapper for ImageMagick command line. You must have ImageMagick installed of course.

jekyll-gallery-generator - A Jekyll plugin that generates photo galleries from directories full of images

  •    Ruby

This is a Jekyll plugin that generates galleries from directories full of images. It uses RMagick to create thumbnails. This plugin is quite minimalist. It generates galleries with no pagination, no sub-galleries, and no descriptions. See my gallery for an example of what it looks like.

ImgBot - An Azure Function solution to crawl through all of your image files in GitHub and losslessly compress them

  •    CSharp

ImgBot crawls all your image files in GitHub and submits pull requests after applying a lossless compression. This will make the file size go down, but leave the dimensions and quality just as good. ImgBot supports optional configuration through a .imgbotconfig json file. This is not a required step to using ImgBot and is only for more advanced scenarios. This file should be placed in the root of the repository and set to your liking.