[SciPy-user] How to save image from a window
Thu Apr 17 04:33:01 CDT 2008
I have already posted this to the visual python mailing list, but with
The problem is the following: I want to make a movie using Python tools.
The short script I paste below (it needs visual python) plots a chain of
spheres in a window.
How can I automatically save the window into e.g. a jpeg file?
I need automation because I aim at generating O(100) jpeg files for my
I was suggested to use the PIL (python image library) and the ImageGrab
module, but this seems to be available for Windows only.
Here is the code:
#! /usr/bin/env python
import scipy as s
import numpy as n
import pylab as p
import visual as v
for loc in zip(x_list,y_list,z_list)]
Now you should see a window with a line of spheres.
How would you save that to a file (without e.g. using Gimp and clicking
here and there)?
In case it matters, I am running Debian testing on my box.
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