Package: python-imaging (1.1.7-1)
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Original Maintainer (usually from Debian):
- Matthias Klose
It should generally not be necessary for users to contact the original maintainer.
Python Imaging Library
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.
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.
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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