Converts HEIF images created on iOS 11 devices as fast as
NOTE: While we do not have the time to actively maintain tifig anymore, it is functional at a very alpha state. We are open to new maintainers taking the lead.
libavcodec>= 3.1 (ffmpeg)
libswscale>= 3.1 (ffmpeg)
This one-liner should get you going:
brew install cmake vips ffmpeg pkg-config
First of all, to just try out tifig, the easiest way is to use our static builds.
However, if you do want to build from source, verify carefully that the minimally required versions are actually shipped and installed with your distro and release.
For ffmpeg, check the output of:
Assuming you are using a ubuntu based system, this should help if your versions of 'libavcodec' and 'libswscale' is too old:
sudo add-apt-repository -y ppa:jonathonf/ffmpeg-3 sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install libavcodec-dev libswscale-dev
Since tifig requires quite a modern version of
libvips, building from source is probably required. Follow the instructions here .
Again on ubuntu, something like this should do the trick:
sudo apt-get install build-essential pkg-config libglib2.0-dev libexpat1-dev libjpeg-dev libexif-dev libpng-dev libtiff-dev wget https://github.com/jcupitt/libvips/releases/download/v8.6.1/vips-8.6.1.tar.gz tar xzf vips-8.6.1.tar.gz cd vips-8.6.1 ./configure make sudo make install
git clone --recursive https://github.com/monostream/tifig.git mkdir tifig/build && cd tifig/build cmake .. make
Convert the fullsize picture:
# tifig -v -p image.heic output.jpg Grid is 4032x3024 pixels in tiles 8x6 Export & decode HEVC: 97ms Saving image: 55ms Total Time: 160ms
Create a thumbnail with max width of 800px:
# tifig -v -p --width 800 image.heic thumbnail.jpg Grid is 4032x3024 pixels in tiles 8x6 Export & decode HEVC: 113ms Saving image: 100ms Total Time: 243ms
Create a cropped thumbnail to match size exactly:
# tifig -v -p --crop --width 400 --height 400 1_portrait.heic thumbnail.jpg Grid is 4032x3024 pixels in tiles 8x6 Export & decode HEVC: 105ms Saving image: 125ms Total Time: 234ms
When a size smaller or equal to 240x240 is requested, tifig will automatically use the embedded thumbnail.
We release tifig as static x86_64 binary that should work on any linux without installing dependencies. The only requirement is glibc with a minimal version of 2.14. Just copy the binary to
/usr/local/bin or wherever you want to.
Suggestions for improvements and Pull Requests highly welcome!