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Old 07-13-2009, 12:07 PM   #1
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Smile New tool : Comic Processing Utility

Hi,

a few month ago I spent much time trying different tools to convert
comics so that I can read them on my prs505.
I especially liked pdflrf and papercrop.
I also lost much time testing many other tools that read some format
and not others, that output some formats and not others, which
makes converting a real pain.
Pdflrf had licensing issues, we don't have the sources and it seems not
developed anymore. It was nice though because it has simple but usefull
and efficient features.
Papercrop is nice too and has very smart algorithms that I tweaked and
I used it for comics but in a
way it introduces too much intelligence in the process so that sometimes
you can't process a whole comic at once without checking each page etc and you can not change settings for particular pages etc
It's also connected to a gui which is not what I prefer and needs work to run on linux.
Anyway.
I got a bit bored and tried to code something on my own.
My idea was to write something :
- not dependant on ereaders formats, try to separate this notion, I didn't want
to produce lrf, pdf etc. This is the job of other softwares that will do it
far better than what I would. So the tool should work on simple jpg
- without gui, because ergonomy is another job I didn't want to work on ;)
and I like command line tools for batch, for power focus on the job
not on gui, buttons etc I like to separate things. I try to focus on the engine not on other things, it could be connected to a gui later on I guess,
if I extract the code in a library
- short and simple to understand, use and maintain even if it's not super fast to
process pictures : I usually don't convert thousand of comics at once.
- multiplatform
- opensource ? :)

So I coded what I called CPU : Comic Processing Utility
I wanted to work more on it but didn't have time too and before I
completely forget it on my hard drive I wanted to contribute it here, in
case someone find it useful.
Here is the help from cpu -h :
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Usage: cpu [options] pictures


cpu 0.1 - Comic Processing Utility by frediz

cpu takes a list of pictures and process them through a list of filters that
are applied one after the other on the picture list. Some filters can produce
one picture from several successive pictures or produce several pictures from
one, in both case, inserting them in the list at the place of the source ones.
Often a filter just modifies an picture and outputs a single picture.

Example :

cpu -o output -f mhs,autocrop,grayscale orig01.jpg orig02.jpg orig03.jpg

original : [ o1.jpg o2.jpg o3.jpg ]
mhs : [ m1_1.jpg m1_2.jpg m2_1.jpg m3_1.jpg m3_2.jpg m0_3.jpg ]
autocrop : [ a1_1.jpg a1_2.jpg a2_1.jpg a3_1.jpg a3_2.jpg a3_3.jpg ]
grayscale : [ g1_1.jpg g1_2.jpg g2_1.jpg g3_1.jpg g3_2.jpg g3_3.jpg ]

mhs filter autosplits a picture at horizontal lines.
m1_1.jpg m1_2.jpg are outputed from o1.jpg after splitting it.
Here o2 won't be split and o3 will be in 3 sub-pictures.
autocrop and grayscale filters output a single picture both.
a1_1.jpg being outputed from m1_1.jpg after this one has been autocropped
and a1_2.jpg from m1_2.jpg etc...

The finale result will be output001.jpg, output002.jpg... output006.jpg


Options:
-h, --help show this help message and exit
-f FILTERS, --filters=FILTERS
List of filters to apply on pictures: FILTER=<filter1[
=parameter1:parameter2:...],filter2,...> where filterN
can be one of : autocrop|a, autocontrast|c,
equalize|e, fitpage|f, gather, grayscale|g, sharpen|h,
align|l, rotate|r, mhsplit|mhs, splitpages|s,
transpose|t. Use filterN=h|help to get more details on
the filter and its parameters
-o OUTPUT_PREFIX, --output=OUTPUT_PREFIX
Output prefix for output files
-i, --infos Show infos
-v, --version Show version
---

At the moment I only provide a .exe file but I'll provide the source code
as soon as I have clean some stuff and choose a license for it. None
were injured in making this :)
I wrote a small .bat file so that you can drag and drop images onto it and
have cpu process your files.

The main features atm are autocrop, autocontrast, equalize, fitpage, gather, grayscale, sharpen, align, rotate, mhsplit, splitpages, transpose.
Most a self explanatory.
I advise to use : cpu -f FILTER=help to get full help on each.
I don't remember my best combinations :) but you can do stuff like :
autosplitting each page horizontally, in multiple pictures, autocrop them, autorotate them is the scan was not aligned, gather them if many fit on
the screen display, put them in grayscale, rotate them to read in landscape.
All these filters can be combined they will be applied on your list of
pictures, these list will evolve after each filter is applied, it can grow and
diminish if subimages are generated and others are gathered.
It's hard to find good settings so that a whole comic is processed as
you want it but I tried to make many parameters available to tweak each filter.
The output will be all the pictures generated after all filters have been applied in the order found on the command line.
Then you just need to transform all of them in you preferred format.
I wrote a very simple lrf maker with no processing at all for this (processing is the job of CPU in my mind) and I'll release it too.

CPU should have bugs I guess, but I used it already a few times, and it
should work at least a bit :) . I don't know if I'll have time to fix things you might
find, but will try and source code will be here for that too.

Here is v0.1 : http://b1shop.ahau-kin.org/cpu/cpu-0.1.zip
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Frediz, you're my hero!

Although I doubt I've understood how to use it (), I was just looking for such a tool since two weeks and was wondering how didn't anyone already implemented such a utility.

I'll try it asap and give you feedback.

Thanks anyway for sharing.
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Hey Kostas,

well I wrote much to describe CPU and it may seems complicated and messy, but just
play with it and you'll get it quickly.
Start simple :

autocrop one image :
Code:
cpu --filters autocrop pic1.jpg
or with short options :
Code:
cpu -f a pic1.jpg
check doc of autocrop :
Code:
cpu --filters autocrop=help (cpu -f a=h)
Imagine you want to crop borders more : option to filter is given this way :
Code:
cpu -f a=50 pic1.jpg  (default value was 64)
Then you can do this on all your pics :
Code:
cpu -f a=50 pic1.jpg pic2.jpg pic3.jpg pic4.jpg pic5.jpg
I guess you can also use wildcards for many files or just use the .bat I provided
and customize it with your options and then just drag/drop all your files on it.

Let's imagine you have double page scanned.
You might want to split them first in single pages, then you would like to autocrop each
single page :
Code:
cpu -f splitpages,a <all_pics>
You may also want to see what it gives by cropping first double pages and then split them :
Code:
cpu -f a,splitpages <all_pics>

but this will all work without changing colors, and if you need them in gray, let's say 16
levels of gray (=2^4, default is 2^16) then you'll add this filter after all the previous ones :
Code:
cpu -f s,a,grayscale=4 <all_pics>
You also want that this fits on your screen reader :
Code:
cpu -f s,a,fitpage,g=4 <all_pics>
and if it's not a prs505 (default size), say a 800x600 screen :
Code:
cpu -f s,a,fitpage=800:600,g=4 <all_pics>
There are other filters like "gather" which are more advanced and other options too that
are not needed for simple use, but this was a quick how to start.

I hope you'll find what you need

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Thanks a lot Frediz,

Actually I've been palying quite a moment with your fantastic tool!
Great job!
It does amazing things so quickly!!
(btw, I doubt if such a tool could ever get a gui...)

Two remarks:
1. It seems that your initial instructions about the mhs filter (the most impressive feature which allows to split horizontally the comic strip) could be outdated (maybe a previous version?). After severals tests, I didn't find the way to pass parameters to mhs concerning the number of pictures in which the original must be split.
But I found that you can set the sensitivity threshold to autosplit the picture (probably based on white balance).

This is the instruction that is given with
cpu -f mhs=help

Usage :
mhsplit|mhs[=m[:s]]

Description :
Splits image horizontally at blank lines.

m : min white : all pixels of line should have higher value to be a split line
(Default=210)
s : min size region : the splitted region won't be less than that (Default=140)
I get good reults in my tests with a value of 15-30. So, it gives something like this:
cpu -o out -f mhs=20 pic1.jpg
One has to play with the value of the parameter to optimize the result, although some failures needing fine tuning are unavoidable.

If you want a rotated, greyscale, autocropped, horizontally autosplitted comic, it goes like this:
cpu -o out -f r,g,a,mhs=20 pic1.jpg
2. My only small deception is the -f s (autosplit) filter. Unlike mhs for horizontal splitting, it splits vertically in equal parts, with no autodetection logic. If one wants to have "intelligent" vertical autosplitting, the solution is to aplly mhs after a rotation and to do the counter rotation back after...

Anyway, it's a Great Tool!

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Thanks a lot Frediz,

Actually I've been palying quite a moment with your fantastic tool!
Great job!
It does amazing things so quickly!!
(btw, I doubt if such a tool could ever get a gui...)

Two remarks:
1. It seems that your initial instructions about the mhs filter (the most impressive feature which allows to split horizontally the comic strip) could be outdated (maybe a previous version?). After severals tests, I didn't find the way to pass parameters to mhs concerning the number of pictures in which the original must be split.
But I found that you can set the sensitivity threshold to autosplit the picture (probably based on white balance).

This is the instruction that is given with
cpu -f mhs=help

Usage :
mhsplit|mhs[=m[:s]]

Description :
Splits image horizontally at blank lines.

m : min white : all pixels of line should have higher value to be a split line
(Default=210)
s : min size region : the splitted region won't be less than that (Default=140)
I get good reults in my tests with a value of 15-30. So, it gives something like this:
cpu -o out -f mhs=20 pic1.jpg
One has to play with the value of the parameter to optimize the result, although some failures needing fine tuning are unavoidable.
True... Perfect splitting is intelligence based I fear.

Btw m=20 ? you should have dark pics ?!

As you guessed, m parameter is a threshold.
Colored pictured are converted to gray levels from 0 to 255.
0 being black, and 255 is white
So for the line to be considered as ok i.e. we can split the pic at this line, all
the pixels should have a value greater than m.
Actually, splitting in a fixed number of subpictures the current picture is doable.
But as for threshold, in my the examples I tested, the pages are not always splitable
the same way. And the number of subpic being not always the same across the pages,
it had (at first sight) the same pb as for threshold. A parameter could be a nb of max images to be splitted into. Could give good results ?
It will just be slower, because the simple algorithm would be to test different threshold.
I thought of it too but didn't implement it... not hard at first sight.

I don't know if you played with s options. This will force splitting not cut sub images with
dimension less than s in this direction.
To be clear, with default s=140 : the height of images produced by mhs won't be less than 140 pixels.

Checking the code, there is hidden features
mhs = min based horizontal splitting
I see some more filters :
- ahs : average based horizontal splitting
- avs : average based vertical splitting

So splitting can be done also based on an average threshold. And vertically too.
But average based results were not satisfying to me. Min is simple and gave good results. But all of this, once again, was just feelings for my own needs. Some may
have other and be interested in this.
Anyway I can add a "mvs", it wouldn't be hard I think.


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If you want a rotated, greyscale, autocropped, horizontally autosplitted comic, it goes like this:
cpu -o out -f r,g,a,mhs=20 pic1.jpg
2. My only small deception is the -f s (autosplit) filter. Unlike mhs for horizontal splitting, it splits vertically in equal parts, with no autodetection logic. If one wants to have "intelligent" vertical autosplitting, the solution is to aplly mhs after a rotation and to do the counter rotation back after...
yes "splitpages" is a dummy in-the-middle cut.
mvs equivalent would be something ok for you ?

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Anyway, it's a Great Tool!

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Hi frediz, thanks again for the precious info!

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Btw m=20 ? you should have dark pics ?!
No! Maybe the low value is due to the fact I was trying to split plain A4+ pages (750 x 1000 pixels) with 3 or 4 rows of comic strips per page.

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I don't know if you played with s options. This will force splitting not cut sub images with
dimension less than s in this direction.
To be clear, with default s=140 : the height of images produced by mhs won't be less than 140 pixels.
Yes, I did play with the s option, but I got better results tweaking on the value of m.
After a few test, I got 46 pages automatically horizontally splitted in 30 secs!!

Cpu's algorithm was "intelligent" enough to autodetect whether there were 3 or 4 rows, with only one failure!!
Much better than anything that I could get with papercrop which, besides, degrades a lot the quality of the image, despite my efforts to tweak it.

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Checking the code, there is hidden features
mhs = min based horizontal splitting
I see some more filters :
- ahs : average based horizontal splitting
- avs : average based vertical splitting

So splitting can be done also based on an average threshold. And vertically too.
But average based results were not satisfying to me. Min is simple and gave good results. But all of this, once again, was just feelings for my own needs. Some may
have other and be interested in this.
Anyway I can add a "mvs", it wouldn't be hard I think.

yes "splitpages" is a dummy in-the-middle cut.
mvs equivalent would be something ok for you ?
Wow! cpu is far beyond my expectations as is now!
Besides, I'm pretty sure that I don't get the difference between mean and average splitting!

Frediz, you rock!

PS: With an effort on producing clearer instructions, I think this topic deserves a sticky status.
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Hi frediz, thanks again for the precious info!


No! Maybe the low value is due to the fact I was trying to split plain A4+ pages (750 x 1000 pixels) with 3 or 4 rows of comic strips per page.


Yes, I did play with the s option, but I got better results tweaking on the value of m.
After a few test, I got 46 pages automatically horizontally splitted in 30 secs!!

Cpu's algorithm was "intelligent" enough to autodetect whether there were 3 or 4 rows, with only one failure!!
Much better than anything that I could get with papercrop which, besides, degrades a lot the quality of the image, despite my efforts to tweak it.


Wow! cpu is far beyond my expectations as is now!
I'll add a vertical splitting filter, this will avoid the workaround (and
additionnal time) of rotating back and forth the pictures with mhs.
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Besides, I'm pretty sure that I don't get the difference between mean and average splitting!
mean ? min ?
Actually splitting is done this way : horizontal lines of pixels are read one by one
from top to down. All the pixel color of the line are converted to a gray level. From black pixels (value 0) to white pixels (255)
When the current line meets a criteria (provided other criteria such as s are also ok) the picture is cut here.
The criteria can be :
- minimum criteria (mhs) : the pixels should all be lighter (whiter ?) than a given value m : this way of doing will rarely cut dark lines in the picture (depends your m).
- average criteria (ahs) : an average of all the pixels value of the line is computed and it shouldnt be too dark to be cut. This means that if the line
is white with few black pixels, it could be cut. This criteria is less strong than the one of mhs and your pictures could be cut in more places, not necessarly the good ones. Depends.

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This seems a pretty interesting tool.
As soon as I find the time to retrieve comics or mangas to read on my Cybok, I'll give it a shot.
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I'll add a vertical splitting filter, this will avoid the workaround (and
additionnal time) of rotating back and forth the pictures with mhs.
Well, what can I say! Thanks again...


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mean ? min ?
Actually splitting is done this way : horizontal lines of pixels are read one by one
from top to down. All the pixel color of the line are converted to a gray level. From black pixels (value 0) to white pixels (255)
When the current line meets a criteria (provided other criteria such as s are also ok) the picture is cut here.
The criteria can be :
- minimum criteria (mhs) : the pixels should all be lighter (whiter ?) than a given value m : this way of doing will rarely cut dark lines in the picture (depends your m).
- average criteria (ahs) : an average of all the pixels value of the line is computed and it shouldnt be too dark to be cut. This means that if the line
is white with few black pixels, it could be cut. This criteria is less strong than the one of mhs and your pictures could be cut in more places, not necessarly the good ones. Depends.
Lol I am an idiot!!
Now I get the picture...

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Don't worry, mine is worse...
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This seems a pretty interesting tool.
As soon as I find the time to retrieve comics or mangas to read on my Cybok, I'll give it a shot.
Actually, it's an extremely powerfull tool for batch processing of pictures of any kind and not only for comics.

It's incredible how easy and fast you can perform batch operations on series of pictures like:
- rotation (choosing the angle!)
- autocrop
- convert to grayscale
- sharpen
- autosplit
- change dimension (fitpage)
- a.s.o...

So, I am personally using it for a lot of other purposes...
Highly recommended!
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hehe Over
Actually I'm really busy on other projects, and even if that wasn't my goal with CPU,
I wouldn't prevent someone from doing one
Didn't you try the drag'n drop stuff ? can't you deal with putting some options to the command in the batch file ?

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hi !
thanks for this tool ! that seems awesome !

can someone upload this anywhere ?
i can't download it from the link

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