Open source high-quality pro image resizing library from Aleksey Vaneev

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Aleksey Vaneev
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3555 posts since 7 Sep, 2002

Post Sat Sep 19, 2015 12:16 pm

Hello!

The URL is: https://github.com/avaneev/avir

This is not audio DSP-related, but DSP-related nevertheless. The concepts are same as audio DSP, only the filters are so much more softer. Hopefully you will find it useful, and well of higher quality than you can find elsewhere.

Comments are welcome. However, for bugs, issues and feature requests please use GitHub Issues page.
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Aleksey Vaneev
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3555 posts since 7 Sep, 2002

Re: Open source high-quality pro image resizing library from Aleksey Vaneev

Post Fri May 17, 2019 6:41 am

An update is available in this project: lancir.h which is an optimal Lanczos resampling filter implementation. It's very fast, should be good for image pre-rendering inside software for different visual scales.
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mystran
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5274 posts since 12 Feb, 2006 from Helsinki, Finland

Re: Open source high-quality pro image resizing library from Aleksey Vaneev

Post Fri May 17, 2019 7:02 pm

Whenever you have an image processing product, you're supposed to post some example images where your processing is applied to a picture of a certain 1972 playboy model. :P
If you'd like Signaldust to return, please ask Katinka Tuisku to resign.

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Aleksey Vaneev
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3555 posts since 7 Sep, 2002

Re: Open source high-quality pro image resizing library from Aleksey Vaneev

Post Fri May 17, 2019 9:13 pm

mystran wrote:
Fri May 17, 2019 7:02 pm
Whenever you have an image processing product, you're supposed to post some example images where your processing is applied to a picture of a certain 1972 playboy model. :P
Haha, that is so 1990ies... Nowadays browsers rescale images as they want, so it's pointless to display resizing results on the web.
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quikquak
KVRian
530 posts since 6 Aug, 2005 from England

Re: Open source high-quality pro image resizing library from Aleksey Vaneev

Post Sat May 18, 2019 12:09 am

Yeah, you don't want any pesky parallel processing graphics cards to instantly ruin anything modern. :)

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