[Image-SIG] copy pixels from one image to another

kevin@cazabon.com kevin at cazabon.com
Sat Sep 10 20:34:20 CEST 2005

Search the image-sig archives for the .tile attribute - you can do what you
need with that.  Fredrik has posted a number of replies helping people with
it in the past.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "august" <august at develop.ment.org>
To: <image-sig at python.org>
Sent: Wednesday, September 07, 2005 4:44 AM
Subject: [Image-SIG] copy pixels from one image to another

> hello,
> I'm sort of in a  hurry to do a simple operation, and am just now looking
> at PIL to solve it.
> Alls I want to do is take a very large image and chop it up into tiles of
> smaller images (without having to copy the large image on every
> operation - the original image is just large enough to fit in RAM).
> However, I can't find any function in PIL that will allow my to copy
> pixels.  Can this be?  There is no im.copyTo() function or something like
> that.  I can use region = im.crop(bbox), but that actually crops the
> original image.
> any help on this one.  please respond to me directly as I am not on this
> list.
> thanks a million - august.
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