[IMAGE-SIG] Converting GIF to PostScript for printing
Tue, 20 Jan 1998 01:00:55 +0100
>I am attempting to write a Python Script which retrieves reports from an
>HTTP server and prints them out. The reports are accessible on a page by
>page basis in the form of scanned images in GIF format. I have been
>using PIL/Python 1.5 on a PC and was doing fine until I tried to use the
>PSDraw class to convert the GIF to PostScript for printing. It appears
>that GIF images are not supported in the PSDraw class.
>Is there a way around this problem?
Try converting the image to either RGB (if you have a colour
printer) or L. For example:
im = Image.open("my.gif")
im = im.convert("L") # greyscale
...draw using PSDraw...
(PSDraw should probably do that automatically. I'll add it to
the list of things to fix in future versions)
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