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Introduction.
Features.
Screenshots.
Blending.
Text and gradients.
Image Quality.
Quantization.
Get Code.
Documentation.
  API Reference.
  Examples.
  ASCompose.
Support.
TODO.
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ascompose is a tool to compose image(s) and display/save it based on supplied XML input file.

ascompose reads supplied XML data, and manipulates image accordingly. It could transform images from files of any supported file format, draw gradients, render antialiased texturized text, perform superimposition of arbitrary number of images, and save images into files of any of supported output file formats.

ascompose can be compiled to not reference X Window System, thus allowing it to be used on web servers and any other place. It does not even require X libraries in that case.

Please read here for the complete documentation.

Supported file types for input are :
  • XPM - via internal code, or libXpm library.
  • JPEG - via libJpeg library.
  • PNG - via libPNG library.
  • XCF - via internal code. For now XCF support is not complete as it does not merge layers.
  • PPM/PNM - via internal code.
  • BMP, ICO, CUR - via internal code.
  • GIF - via libungif library.
  • TIFF - via libtiff library (including alpha channel support).
Supported file types for output :
  • XPM - via internal code, or libXpm library.
  • JPEG - via libJpeg library.
  • PNG - via libPNG library.
  • GIF - via libungif library.
  • TIFF - via libtiff library (including alpha channel support).
Examples

This particular site has been rendered with ascompose from few template images taken from GUIStuff site.
The script used for rendering is available here.
Another script used for rendering screenshots images is here.
The images used for rendering are available here and here.


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