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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.

node-imaginary - Minimalist node.js command-line & programmatic API client for imaginary

  •    Javascript

Minimalist node.js CLI & programmatic stream capable interface for imaginary server.Supports multiple image operations such as resize, crop, zoom, watermark, rotate... and both local and remote URL based image source processing, and additionally provides a simple balancing feature to use multiple imaginary servers.

sharp-cli - CLI for sharp.

  •    Javascript

CLI for sharp. Issues with the output should be reported on the sharp issue tracker.

lua-vips - Lua binding for the libvips image processing library

  •    Lua

This is a Lua binding for the libvips image processing library. libvips is a fast image processing library with low memory needs. lua-vips uses ffi and needs luajit 2.0 or later. The libvips documentation includes a handy searchable table of every operation in libvips. This is a good place to check if it supports some feature you need. Read on to see how to call libvips operations.




gulp-sharp - Gulp plugin to resize image using sharp (libvips binding for nodejs)

  •    Javascript

Because of other occupation, I can't maintain it anymore. If you find this project usefull, please fork it. Please note that new issues / pr messages will be ignored. Thanks.

image_processing - High-level image processing helper methods with libvips and ImageMagick/GraphicsMagick

  •    Ruby

Provides higher-level image processing helpers that are commonly needed when handling image uploads. This gem can process images with either ImageMagick/GraphicsMagick or libvips libraries. ImageMagick is a good default choice, especially if you are migrating from another gem or library that uses ImageMagick. Libvips is a newer library that can process images very rapidly (up to 10x faster than ImageMagick).

node-vips - Experiment with a libvips binding for node using ffi

  •    Javascript

It's mostly complete, it seems stable, and it passes the tests suite with no errors or leaks. It can reliably thumbnail 10,000 jpeg images in constant memory and without falling over. Probably. Most operations are instant -- it only makes sense to use async for things which will trigger a pixel loop.

lua-vips - Lua binding for the libvips image processing library

  •    Lua

This is a Lua binding for the libvips image processing library. libvips is a fast image processing library with low memory needs. lua-vips uses ffi and needs luajit 2.0 or later. The libvips documentation includes a handy searchable table of every operation in libvips. This is a good place to check if it supports some feature you need. Read on to see how to call libvips operations.


node-vips - Experiment with a libvips binding for node using ffi

  •    Javascript

It's mostly complete, it seems stable, and it passes the tests suite with no errors or leaks. It can reliably thumbnail 10,000 jpeg images in constant memory and without falling over. Probably. Most operations are instant -- it only makes sense to use async for things which will trigger a pixel loop.

tifig - A fast HEIF image converter aimed at thumbnailing

  •    C++

Converts HEIF images created on iOS 11 devices as fast as humanly possible. NOTE: While we do not have the time to actively maintain tifig anymore, it is functional at a very alpha state. We are open to new maintainers taking the lead.





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