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Old 04-24-2012, 11:11 PM   #39
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Hi,

Actually Python is running a little slow. I tried to optimize the code as much as I can using shifts instead of multiply and divide, etc.

I am now researching how to put c code into Python on my Win 7 environment.

While the grayscale images (wxPython and pygtk) are limited by file size transfer to the SHD (3300~3400msec/frame) for 70~80kB jpeg image, I believe the dithered image (pygtk) is computation limited (~2000msec/frame) for 25~30kB png.

I tried to dither the wxPython code, but it is incredible slow due to computation.

Thanks,
James
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