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====== pumila ====== pumila is an image-to-sound converter. It transforms variations in color, brightness, saturation and opacity into different sounds. License ======= pumila is free software under the terms of the GNU Affero General Public License version 3 (or any later version). This is version 0.1.0 of the program. Contact ======= The author of pumila is Niels Serup. Bug reports and suggestions should be sent to for the time being. Installation ============ Way #1 ------ Get the newest version of pumila at or at Extract pumila from the downloaded file, cd into it and run this in a terminal:: # python3 install Examples are available in the ``examples`` directory. Way #2 ------ Just run this:: # pip-3.1 install pumila Note that this will not make any examples available. Dependencies ============ Python 3.1+ ----------- * For DEB-based distros (Trisquel, Debian, etc.): run ``apt-get install python3`` * For RPM-based distros: run ``yum install python3`` * For other distros: do something similar or get it at PyGame ------ Under normal circumstances, you would do something like this: * For DEB-based distros: run ``apt-get install python-pygame`` * For RPM-based distros: run ``yum install pygame`` * For other distros: do something similar or get it at However, the PyGame 1.9.1 release doesn't work perfectly with Python 3, which means you'll have to compile PyGame from svn yourself, see Cython ------ It's best to get the newest version from --- pumila works with v0.15, but earlier versions haven't been tested very much. Optional, but recommended modules ================================= progressbar ----------- * Website: * Installation: Run ``easy_install3 progressbar``. setproctitle ------------ * Website: * Installation: Run ``easy_install3 setproctitle``. Documentation ============= What affects what:: bottom <-- frequency --> top bright <-- amplitude --> dark no saturation <-- amplitude --> full saturation transparent <-- amplitude --> opaque Wave types:: hue 0 to 90, red to ······ chartreuse: sine to triangle hue 90 to 180, chartreuse to cyan: triangle to square hue 180 to 270, cyan to ····· purple: square to sawtooth hue 270 to 360 (0), purple to ··· red: sawtooth to sine Use === As a command-line tool ---------------------- Run ``pumila`` to use it. Run ``pumila --help`` to see how to use it. As a module ----------- To find out how to use it, run:: $ pydoc3 pumila And also:: $ pydoc3 pumila.core $ pydoc3 pumila.primitives And so on. Examples -------- There are a few examples in the ``examples`` directory. All example images are available under the Creative Commons Zero 1.0 license. Development =========== pumila uses Git for code management. The newest (and sometimes unstable) code is available at:: $ git clone git:// This document ============= Copyright (C) 2011 Niels Serup Copying and distribution of this file, with or without modification, are permitted in any medium without royalty provided the copyright notice and this notice are preserved. This file is offered as-is, without any warranty.