To convert a TIFF image to a JPG image in Python, you can use the
PIL (Python Imaging Library) library. Here’s an example:
from PIL import Image # Open the TIFF image tiff_image = Image.open('input_image.tif') # Convert the TIFF image to JPG tiff_image.save('output_image.jpg', 'JPEG') # Close the TIFF image tiff_image.close()
In this example, we use the
Image module from the
PIL library to open the TIFF image using the
Image.open() method. Make sure you have the
PIL library installed (
pip install pillow) before running the code.
After opening the TIFF image, we use the
save() method to save it as a JPG image. The second argument specifies the file format, in this case,
'JPEG' for JPG. You can also specify the desired quality of the JPG image by providing an optional
quality parameter (0 to 100, with 100 being the highest quality).
Finally, we close the TIFF image using the
close() method to free up system resources.
After running the code, the TIFF image will be converted and saved as a JPG image with the specified file name (
output_image.jpg in this example).
Note that the resulting JPG image may have different characteristics (e.g., compression, color space) compared to the original TIFF image, as the two formats use different compression algorithms and support different color depths.