After a reply on my question of yesterday (Resizing images && Tk
), which suggested to use GD generated data in Tk::Photo objects, I started fiddling with the data() method of Tk::Photo (and its companion -data => $imagedata
I can't figure out what kind of data this method returns. Probably it's a packed or unpacked set of raw imagedata. The data generated by Tk::Photo->data(-format => 'jpeg')
is a little bit more than 6 times larger than the data generated by GD::Image->jpeg().
This 'little bit' could be explained by the identifier-string that's included in the image-data of a JPG.
Does anyone know how to convert between the data generated by these two methods?
Jouke Visser, Perl 'Adept'
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