use Image::Filter; $image = Image::Filter::newFromJpeg("munich.jpg"); $image = $image->filter("oilify",6); #Load Image::Filter::Oilify #Default seed is 8 $image->Jpeg("test.jpg");
Image::Filter is a perl module that can apply image filters. This module implements an oilify algorithm. It uses the gd lib from Thomas Boutell. This filter handles true color images. This is quite a processor intensive algorithm. Don't overuse this one ;) Seed is used as second parameter. Anything from 4 upwards will generate noticeable effects. Seed is limited at 10.
Hendrik Van Belleghem, <beatnik + at + quickndirty + dot + org>
Image::Filter is released under the GNU Public License. See COPYING and COPYRIGHT for more information.
Image::Filter is based on the concepts tought to me by my math professor J. Van Hee. This module wouldn't be possible without the work of Thomas Boutell on his gd library. Inspiration, but no code, was taken from Lincoln D. Steins GD implementation of that same gd lib.