[Numpy-discussion] Optimized half-sizing of images?
Thu Aug 6 17:34:34 CDT 2009
Christopher Barker wrote:
> Stéfan van der Walt wrote:
>> Are you willing to depend on SciPy? We've got pretty fast zooming
>> code in ndimage.
> However, my thought is that for the special case of half-sizing, all
> that spline stuff could be unneeded and slower. I'll see what we get.
I've given that a try. The docs are pretty sparse. I couldn't figure out
a way to get it to do the whole image at once. Rather I had to do each
band separately. It ended up about the same speed as my int accumulator
tested on 512x512 RGB image:
time: 40 ms per loop
h = a.shape/2
w = a.shape/2
a2 = np.empty((h, w, 3), dtype=np.uint8)
a2[:,:,0] = ndi.zoom(a[:,:,0], 0.5, order=1)
a2[:,:,1] = ndi.zoom(a[:,:,1], 0.5, order=1)
a2[:,:,2] = ndi.zoom(a[:,:,2], 0.5, order=1)
Is there a way to get it to do all three colorbands at once?
NOTE: if I didn't set order to 1, it was MUCH slower, as one might expect.
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