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The Python Imaging Library by Fredrik Lundh, Matthew Ellis

The Python Imaging Library
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Publisher: PythonWare
Number of pages: 77

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The Python Imaging Library adds image processing capabilities to your Python interpreter. This library provides extensive file format support, an efficient internal representation, and fairly powerful image processing capabilities. The core image library is designed for fast access to data stored in a few basic pixel formats. It should provide a solid foundation for a general image processing tool.

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