save-pixels-jpeg-js-upgrade

Saves an ndarray as an image to a file

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save-pixels
WILL NOT BE MAINTAINED; published fork pending update of main save-pixels package.
Saves an ndarray to an image.
Example
var zeros = require("zeros")
var savePixels = require("save-pixels")

//Create an image
var x = zeros([32, 32])
x.set(16, 16, 255)

//Save to a file
savePixels(x, "png").pipe(process.stdout)

This writes the foll owing image to stdout:
Install
npm install save-pixels

require("save-pixels")(array, type[, options])

Saves an ndarray as an image with the given format
  • array is an ndarray of pixels. Assumes that shape is [width, height, channels]
  • type is the type of the image to save. Currently supported formats:

+ "jpeg", "jpg" - Joint Photographic Experts Group format + "gif" - Graphics Interchange Format + "png" - Portable Network Graphics format + "canvas" - A canvas element
  • options is an object that alters saving behavior

+ quality is the Number to use for saved image quality
+ This can only be used with a `"jpeg"` image
+ It range between 1 (low quality) and 100 (high quality) inclusively
Returns A stream that you can pipe to serialize the result, or a canvas element if the type is "canvas".
Credits
(c) 2013 Mikola Lysenko. MIT License