blind-to-text - Convert a video to text
blind-to-text reads a video from stdin and prints it in text format to stdout. The first line in the output is the head. It will contain: the number of frames, <space>, the width, <space>, the height, <space>, and the pixel format. The result of the lines will be one line per pixel, each of these line will contain the values of the pixel’s colur in textual representation of a floating-point value, each separated by a <space>. The order of the values are: X, Y, Z, and alpha, where X, Y, and Z are the parameters of the colour’s CIE XYZ representation.
If the width of the video is w and the height of the video is h, the first w lines after the head are the pixels in the first row in the first frame of the video, the following w lines are the pixels in the second row, and so on until the the w*h:th line, after the head, where the second frame begins. The pixels are printed from left to right, from top to bottom, and from first frame to last frame.
Mattias AndrÃ©e <[email protected]>