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#433 in Images

MIT/Apache

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tinygif

A tiny gif decoder written in no_std Rust. This crate requires about 20kB of memory to decode a gif.

  • basic decoding
  • frame iterator
  • interlace support
  • fails on some highly compressed gifs: Change table size in DecodingDict

Usage

let image = tinygif::Gif::<Rgb565>::from_slice(include_bytes!("../Ferris-240x240.gif")).unwrap();
loop {
    for frame in image.frames() {
        info!("frame {:?}", frame);

        frame.draw(&mut display).unwrap();

        let delay_ms = frame.delay_centis * 10;
        info!("delay {}", delay_ms);
        // Delay here
        // Timer::after(Duration::from_millis(delay_ms as u64)).await;

        // Or, draw at given offset
        // use embedded_graphics::prelude::DrawTargetExt;
        // frame.draw(&mut display.translated(Point::new(30, 50))).unwrap();
    }
}

License

MIT or Apache-2.0 at your option.

License of the gif files used in test

Animated Ferris in Action Happy as a Rustacean at Rust Fest Berlin 2016 (www.rustfest.eu)

Dependencies

~4MB
~49K SLoC