imageio v1.3 is available now: http://imageio.readthedocs.org
Imageio is growing in popularity and a user just suggested that skimage should use it as the default plugin, which reminded me of this thread. Time to revive this discussion?
On 04-02-15 15:45, Almar Klein wrote:
imageio v1.1 is available now.
Release notes: http://imageio.readthedocs.org/en/latest/releasenotes.html
On 19-11-14 13:01, Steven Silvester wrote:
Yes, all imports would have to be relative. I've chimed in on #42, but posting my thoughts here:
"I'd vote to have a source-only version, and wheels for 64 bit Linux, Windows, and OSX with just the freeimage support. Rather that auto-downloading, it would be nice to present the user with the option of whether to download an external lib, perhaps as a simple Tk dialog. I think partial functionality is fine in this case given the nature of the library."
On Thursday, November 13, 2014 3:03:27 PM UTC-6, Almar Klein wrote:
Hi all, I'm pleased to announce version 1.0 of imageio - a library for
reading and writing images. This library started as a spin-off of the freeimage plugin in skimage, and is now a fully-fledged library with unit tests and all.
Imageio provides an easy interface to read and write a wide range of image data, including animated images, volumetric data, and
scientific formats. It is cross-platform, runs on Python 2.x and 3.x, and is easy to install.
Imageio is plugin-based, making it easy to extend. It could probably use more scientific formats. I welcome anyone who's interested to contribute! install: pip install imageio website: http://imageio.github.io release notes: http://imageio.readthedocs.org/en/latest/releasenotes.html <http://imageio.readthedocs.org/en/latest/releasenotes.html> Regards, Almar
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