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Sun Jul 1 21:02:10 CEST 2007
elis aeris schreef:
> Googling "PIL Handbook" yields this page
> and, as I said,
> *im.getdata()* => sequence
If you're using PIL >= 1.1.6, there's also a pixel access object you can
use (the documentation is on that same page, in the 'load' section:
"(New in 1.1.6) In 1.1.6 and later, load returns a pixel access object
that can be used to read and modify pixels. The access object behaves
like a 2-dimensional array, so you can do:
pix = im.load()
print pix[x, y]
pix[x, y] = value
Access via this object is a lot faster than getpixel and putpixel."
Perhaps that's more useful to you?
A lot depends on exactly what you want to do with the pixel values. I
think you would do everyone (including yourself) a favor by just telling
us what you're going to do with the pixel values.
If I have been able to see further, it was only because I stood
on the shoulders of giants. -- Isaac Newton
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