import sys
import os
sys.path.append(sys.path[0]+'/..') # Set the path so we can find procgame.  We are assuming (stupidly?) that the first member is our directory.
import procgame.dmd
import time
#import pygame.image
import Image

def image_to_dmd(src_filename, dst_filename, start_index=0):
	"""docstring for image_to_dmd"""
	last_filename = None
	anim = procgame.dmd.Animation()
	for frame_index in range(1000):
		if '%d' in src_filename:
			name_index = frame_index + start_index
			filename = src_filename % (name_index)
			filename = src_filename
		if filename == last_filename:
		if not os.path.exists(filename):
		print "Appending ", filename
		src =
		last_filename = filename
		(w, h) = src.size
		reduced = src.convert("L") #.quantize(palette=pal_im).convert("P", palette=Image.ADAPTIVE, colors=4)#
		frame = procgame.dmd.Frame(w, h)
		for x in range(w):
			for y in range(h):
				color = int((reduced.getpixel((x,y))/255.0)*15)
				frame.set_dot(x=x, y=y, value=color)
		(anim.width, anim.height) = (w, h)
		anim.frames += [frame]
	print "Saved."

def main():
	if len(sys.argv) < 3:
		print("Usage: %s   []"%(sys.argv[0]))
		print("  image.png may include %d format specifiers to create animations.  Example:")
		print("    %s Animation%%03d.png Animation.dmd" % (sys.argv[0]))
		print("  Creates an animation of up to 999 frames with sequential names.")
	image_to_dmd(src_filename=sys.argv[1], dst_filename=sys.argv[2], start_index=int(sys.argv[3]))

if __name__ == "__main__":