#image #gif #jpeg #png #interlacing

bin+lib image-interlacer

It helps you interlace an image or multiple images for web-page usage

14 releases

0.1.15 Apr 21, 2021
0.1.14 Aug 3, 2020
0.1.13 Jul 28, 2020
0.1.6 Mar 1, 2020
0.1.3 May 5, 2019

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Image Interlacer

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It helps you interlace an image or multiple images for web-page usage.

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EXAMPLES:
  image-interlacer /path/to/image                           # Check /path/to/image and make it interlaced
  image-interlacer /path/to/folder                          # Check /path/to/folder and make images inside it interlaced
  image-interlacer /path/to/image  -o /path/to/image2       # Check /path/to/image and make it interlaced, and save it
to /path/to/image2
  image-interlacer /path/to/folder -o /path/to/folder2      # Check /path/to/folder and make images inside it
interlaced, and save them to /path/to/folder2
  image-interlacer /path/to/folder -o /path/to/folder2 -f   # Check /path/to/folder and make images inside it
interlaced, and save them to /path/to/folder2 without overwriting checks
  image-interlacer /path/to/folder --allow-gif -r           # Check /path/to/folder and make images inside it including
GIF images interlaced and also remain their profiles

USAGE:
    image-interlacer [FLAGS] [OPTIONS] <INPUT_PATH>

FLAGS:
        --allow-gif         Allows to do GIF interlacing
    -f, --force             Forces to overwrite files
    -r, --remain-profile    Remains the profiles of all images
    -s, --single-thread     Uses only one thread
    -h, --help              Prints help information
    -V, --version           Prints version information

OPTIONS:
    -o, --output <OUTPUT_PATH>    Assigns a destination of your generated files. It should be a path of a directory or a
                                  file depending on your input path

ARGS:
    <INPUT_PATH>    Assigns an image or a directory for image interlacing. It should be a path of a file or a
                    directory

License

MIT

Dependencies

~4–6.5MB
~136K SLoC