enscribe — convert images to sound
[options] [input image
] [output sound
converts the scan-lines of the input image into frequency
components and then using an inverse Fast Fourier Transform, converts them
into sound. The left side of the image is the low frequency end, and the right
is the high end, up to just under the Nyquist limit if you want it to. There
are several tunable parameters as to how colour is converted into stereo sound
and the frequency range to be used. This conversion can be used to create
resilient audio watermarks or to simply create interesting sounds from images.
See enscribe --help
for descriptions of the command line options.
This manual page should be expanded to contain descriptions of the command-line
was written by Jason Downer <email@example.com>.
This manual page was written by Nick Rusnov <firstname.lastname@example.org>, for
the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).