Getting PIL to work for Windows
colin at programmedintegration.com
Mon Nov 6 19:09:35 CET 2000
Thanks Dale all sorted now. Now to get converting my 300 images to
"Dale Strickland-Clark" <dale at out-think.NOSPAMco.uk> wrote in message
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> "Colin Meeks" <colin at programmedintegration.com> wrote:
> >Thanks for that, I found the solution at
> >however I still have a problem. When I execute the following code :
> >import Image
> >outfile = "image10_tn"
> >Image.open("image10.jpg").resize(128,128).save(outfile, "JPEG")
> >I get the following error :
> >Traceback (innermost last):
> > File "C:\python\Pythonwin\pywin\framework\scriptutils.py", line 311, in
> > exec codeObject in __main__.__dict__
> > File "C:\test\thumb.py", line 4, in ?
> > Image.open("image10.jpg").resize(128,128).save(outfile, "JPEG")
> > File "C:\PYTHON\PIL\Image.py", line 629, in resize
> > raise ValueError, "unknown resampling filter"
> >ValueError: unknown resampling filter
> >I based my code on the example from the PIL manual. The JPEG is
> >Anybody have any ideas?
> Resize takes two arguments, the first should be a tuple, the second a
> So you should be using something like:
> resize((128, 128), Image.BILINEAR)
> It's all in the doc under resize!
> Dale Strickland-Clark
> Out-Think Ltd
> Business Technology Consultants
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