I've just completed producing images without the patch (using old
scaling code) for None and Linear methods.
This amounts to 2*77 = 154 images totalling 110 MB. Some of these I
plan to discard, for the cases where the old and new code produce the
One of the photos had transparency information added to it, another
which was already grey I converted to greyscale.
* produce 77 images each for Cubic and Lanczos
* (possibly) produce 77 images each for None, Linear, Cubic, and
Lanczos using the patch
* (possibly) check whether scaling in Indexed modefor the pixel art
produces identical results to None using RGB mode
* (possibly) make webpage.
On Wed, Jul 16, 2008 at 6:30 PM, David Gowers <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I can do at least half of this task, possibly most of it.
> * decide on test images:
> 2 landscapes
> http://www.flickr.com/photos/[EMAIL PROTECTED]/2432037855/sizes/l/ (or
> size o/ )
> 3 portraits
> http://flickr.com/photos/newroz2005/9392539/sizes/o/in/[EMAIL PROTECTED]/
> 1 cartoon
> 1 pixel art
> * decide on tests:
> Scale down, single step:
> 50% 33% 12.5%
> Scale up, single step:
> 133% 150% 200% 400%
> Scale down, multiple steps
> (to 66% x 3), (to 50% x 3)
> Scale up, multiple steps
> (to 133% x 3), (to 150% x 3)
> * Save results of tests before applying patch
> * (probably) Save results of tests after applying patch
> * Make webpage
> The one thing I definitely can't do is
> * Host webpage.
I might be able to make a PDF.I suspect the smallest it could possibly
get is 20mb.
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