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Image Blender
# Mix rgb channels from subsequent images
from PIL import Image
import os, math, sys, random
os.chdir(sys.argv[1])
fileList = os.listdir(".")
random.shuffle(fileList)
(width, height) = Image.open(fileList[0]).size
nPhotos = len(fileList)
offset = width/float(nPhotos)
dst = Image.new("RGB", (width, height))
for index, file in enumerate(fileList):
fileNum = index
rkeep, g, b = Image.open(fileList[fileNum]).split()
# Loop back to 0 if we've reached the end of the image sequence,
# Otherwise use the green channel from the next image in the sequence
if fileNum == (nPhotos - 1):
fileNum = 0
else:
fileNum = fileNum + 1
r, gkeep, b = Image.open(fileList[fileNum]).split()
# Hack to make the flow more trivial - instead of looping around,
# We'll just use the second picture in the sequence for the second last
# And the first picture for the first
if fileNum >= (nPhotos - 1):
fileNum = nPhotos - fileNum
else:
fileNum = fileNum + 1
r, g, bkeep = Image.open(fileList[fileNum]).split()
src = Image.merge("RGB", (rkeep, gkeep, bkeep))
box = (int(math.floor(offset*index)), 0, int(math.ceil(offset*(index+1))), height)
print "Cropping " + file + " coords: "
print box
dst.paste(src.crop(box), box)
dst.save("teststaggeredrgb.jpg", "JPEG")
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