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An image processing library for Rust.
API and detailed documentation can be found here
- MIT License
Raster is an image processing lib for Rust.
It provides a simplified API for processing raster images (JPEG, PNG and GIF).
Add this to your Cargo.toml file:
[dependencies] raster = "x.x.x"
Where x are version numbers of the latest version of raster. Eg.: 0.1.0
Then add the raster crate in your main.rs:
extern crate raster; // In your main rust file
// Create an image from file let image = raster::open("tests/in/sample.png").unwrap();
Raster will detect the image format based on the file name.
use raster::Image; // Include the Image struct // Create a blank 150x100 image. Defaults to a black background. let image = Image::blank(150, 100);
Save the opened image file:
// Create an image from file let image = raster::open("tests/in/sample.png").unwrap(); // Save opened image raster::save(&image, "tests/out/test_open_save.png").unwrap();
Here are two images blended using the normal mode.
More blending modes and options are available, see the blend API.
An example of images resized to "fit" in a 200x200 box.
More modes available, see the resize API.
Images can be rotated both clockwise and counter-clockwise at any arbitrary angle with a custom background color.
More options are available, checkout the modules below.