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hello there
I'm trying to chroma key an image and i don't really know where to start. I am using python coding with quickdraw as my image displayer.
I am trying to:
first prompt the user for location of Quickdraw, foreground image and background image.
second i want image rasters inside a 2d list, not to make it too complicated
I need all green pixels in foreground image raster are replaced by corresponding background image raster pixels.
Then lastly, i need the chromakeyed image to be shown in Quickdraw.

I am also using faststone as my image viewer.

Please help me thank you

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Could you please post your code, cause I don't know about the modules you mentioned, maybe at least I could find some errors inside the code.

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thats where i am having trouble. I dont know where to begin with the code.

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Have you heard of OpenCV by Intel.

That is a perfect open source image processing library. Although I used with C++ but they do have Python versoin. You don't need to worry about anything when you are using it. Whatever you need it's already there.

Take a look at here.

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