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sybelium

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Hi Geeks,

Does anybody know how to convert images to sounds ? i.e. mpg to mp3 using the picture data to convert it into sound data ?
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Neil Jones

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Why would you want to do such a thing?
All you'd end up with is static because there is nothing there to convert.

Or have I misunderstood what you want to do?
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The idea is to attribute sound value to the color of the pixels (or the difference of color between one pixel and the next) and get a sound out of the image. It might be quite aweful with most of the image and somewhat harmonius if the image is made in this purpose. It might be interesting also to do it in the opposite way, attributing a color to a sound (a bit like the visualisation in the Windows Media Player) and try to find patterns that are somewhat aesthetics.
I have no idea about the result, and I won't have until I try. I wondered if there was any way to do it.
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sybelium

Your question is more theoretical than it is a technical support request. I Googled "images to sound software" and came up with at least one site that might be relavent to your question:

http://www.ohmpie.com/imageEncode

I would try doing some searches via Goggle.com, Ask.com, Yahoo.com or Dogpile.com with keywords as listed above.

I'm aware of ways to get visual representations of AUDIO data, but not the other way around. Again - try searching for it and you're bound to find sites/posts out there with the answers you're seeking.

Hope this helps.

- John Hook
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Thanks a lot, it's exactly what I was looking for.
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