Py5Image.copy()#

Copies a region of pixels from one image into another.

Examples#

example picture for copy()
def setup():
    global apples
    apples = py5.load_image("apples.jpg")
    x = py5.width//2
    apples.copy(x, 0, x, py5.height, 0, 0, x, py5.height)


def draw():
    py5.image(apples, 0, 0)

Description#

Copies a region of pixels from one image into another. If the source and destination regions aren’t the same size, it will automatically resize source pixels to fit the specified target region. No alpha information is used in the process, however if the source image has an alpha channel set, it will be copied as well.

This function ignores image_mode().

Underlying Processing method: PImage.copy

Signatures#

copy() -> Py5Image

copy(
    src: Py5Image,  # a source image to copy pixels from
    sx: int,  # x-coordinate of the source's upper left corner
    sy: int,  # y-coordinate of the source's upper left corner
    sw: int,  # source image width
    sh: int,  # source image height
    dx: int,  # x-coordinate of the destination's upper left corner
    dy: int,  # y-coordinate of the destination's upper left corner
    dw: int,  # destination image width
    dh: int,  # destination image height
    /,
) -> None

copy(
    sx: int,  # x-coordinate of the source's upper left corner
    sy: int,  # y-coordinate of the source's upper left corner
    sw: int,  # source image width
    sh: int,  # source image height
    dx: int,  # x-coordinate of the destination's upper left corner
    dy: int,  # y-coordinate of the destination's upper left corner
    dw: int,  # destination image width
    dh: int,  # destination image height
    /,
) -> None

Updated on September 01, 2022 16:36:02pm UTC