Compare / diff two images

convert image1 image2 -resize '400x300!' MIFF:- | compare -metric AE -fuzz '10%' - null:
Outputs the number of different pixels. 2 params to increase tolerance: * thumbnails size * fuzz, the color distance tolerance See http://en.positon.org/post/Compare-/-diff-between-two-images for more details.

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By: dooblem
2012-04-17 11:25:34

What Others Think

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