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impr is a small and fast image processing library with a simple API. Its functions work mostly on 8-bit image channels, which means that main type is just (u8 *) or (b8 *) for grey and binary images respectively. It was intended for use in real-time processing, so functions are optimized for speed. It supports segmentation (4 and 8-connected), flood fill, filling object holes, downscaling and upscaling (with linear interpolation) by an integer factor, generic implementations of dilate and erode (+image open and close), color space conversions between HSVRGB and YRGRGB, convolutions with Roberts and 2x2 low-pass filters, and common binary image operations.

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