Getting Size of a named image ?
I feel a bit stupid, but I'm stuck trying to get the actual size of a named image, loaded in my scene through load_image_file() !
Any clue ?
The first problem here is that
scene.load_image_file()returns a str (or None).
import scene img = scene.load_image_file(scene.get_image_path('Snake')) print(type(img), img) # --> (<type 'str'>, '1B38821FFDAFE1F5B64892BDC5E085B0')
uimodule, you could do:
import ui img = ui.Image.named('Snake') print(img, img.scale, img.size)
But perhaps a better approach would be:
import PIL, scene # returns a scene_image (str) and size in pixels (w, h) def load_image_file_with_size(img_file_path): pil_img = PIL.Image.open(img_file_path) return scene.load_pil_image(pil_img), pil_img.size snake_file_path = scene.get_image_path('Snake') print(load_image_file_with_size(snake_file_path))
agreed, but it's a pity to have to load the image twice - one time for the scene and another time from ui functions to get the size.
Is there a more efficient way ?
See edit above.
Brilliant, thanks !!!