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CHICKEN bindings to stbimagewrite
None, stb_image_write.h v1.09 is embedded in the egg.
- write-png pixels width height components #!key flip compression stride filterprocedure
- write-jpg pixels width height components #!key flip qualityprocedure
- write-tga pixels width height components #!key flip rleprocedure
- write-bmp pixels width height components #!key flipprocedure
Writes the u8vector pixels to (current-output-port) using the image format of the procedure name. The pixel format depends on components, which represents the number of bytes per pixel:
1: y8 (gray) 2: ya16 (gray + alpha) 3: rgb24 4: rgba32
Extra parameters are:
- flip specifies whether to flip the image vertically before outputting
- png compression sets the zlib compression quality. defaults to 8, try higher values for more compression
- png stride is the distance in bytes from the first byte of a row of pixels to the first byte of the next row of pixels.
- png filter forces a particular filter type for all scanlines. defaults to trying all and picking the most efficient (#f), other valid values are 0-4.
- jpg quality specifies lossy compression amount as a percentage (defaults to 80)
- tga rle enables or disable run-length-encoding compression. it is on by default, set to #f to disable rle compression
Note that on 32-bit systems, blobs cannot be larger than 16M. This also limits image sizes as pixel data is stored in a blob.
(with-output-to-file "red.png" (lambda () (write-png 16 9 4 (let ((r '(255 0 0 255)) (b '( 0 0 255 128)) (_ '( 0 0 0 0))) (list->u8vector (flatten (list b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ b b _ _ r r r _ r r r _ r r _ _ b b _ _ r _ r _ r _ _ _ r _ r _ b b _ _ r r r _ r r r _ r _ r _ b b _ _ r r _ _ r _ _ _ r _ r _ b b _ _ r _ r _ r r r _ r r _ _ b b _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b)))))))
- test png stride
- see if it's possible to write data to port without copying memory
The source is located here.