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Old 09-26-2008, 05:55 PM   #93
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Originally Posted by nrapallo View Post
Not edge enhancement, but dilation. It's called 'MinFiiter'; I've used it in Adobe Elements with similar results.

See http://www.pythonware.com/library/pi...magefilter.htm for more information.

The edge enhancement (detection?) is like a 'sharpen' and is based on an algorithm published in 1987. This basically 'cancels' some of the dilation, but make the text sharper!
I see. Evey time I've enlarged text in the past, I've typically applied an edge enhance then blurred the images to soften the edges. (which i

... So if I ask nicely would you guys consider adding "Lanczos" filter. Apparently it's in the same library you mentioned above under as 'ANTIALIAS' (in Image.resize()). See the WIKI


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p.s. BTW, in those pictures, the PDFRead version looks horrible, but the PDFLRF version wonderful! You're not selling any PDFLRF stock are you?
If only I was that clever.


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