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cximage is a C++ library. cximage has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities and it has low support. However cximage has a Non-SPDX License. You can download it from GitHub.

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              cximage has a low active ecosystem.
              It has 50 star(s) with 41 fork(s). There are 53 watchers for this library.
              It had no major release in the last 6 months.
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            Community Discussions


            Nuget - LNK2019 when using one of my project that links to a nuget package
            Asked 2017-Dec-19 at 20:35

            Ok my problem is simple, but i can't figured it out.

            In a single solution I have a project (Application exe) that references another one (lib). This lib references a nuget package, for instance, CxImage.




            Answered 2017-Nov-28 at 02:27

            Nuget - LNK2019 when using one of my project that links to a nuget package

            You should also add the nuget package CxImage to the reference project.

            The project references the lib and the lib references the nuget package CxImage, so the project not reference the nuget package CxImage directly, Visual Studio/MSBuild tries to be smart and only bring references lib over into project rather than add nuget package CxImage to project. Because Visual Studio/MSBuild does not know the indirectly reference CxImage whether is required by the project or not. So Visual Studio/MSBuild does not add the nuget package to the reference project to avoid reference pollution the project. You can refer to the similar issue for detailed info.

            In this case, you will get that error "cannot find lib file of cxImage". To resolve this issue, you should also add the nuget package CxImage to the reference project, so that the projest reference the nuget package CxImage directly.



            Distorted images from libWebP encoder
            Asked 2017-Jun-04 at 12:56

            I had been using GDI+ & CxImage libraries for saving my images captured from the desktop and thought of moving to google's LibWebp as it is promising good quality images with better compression than JPEG or PNG.

            I capture the desktop either using using directX or GDI on windows, encode and save them or transfer over the network and decode them on the other side. Every thing looks good except that the images captured with text are distorted but the same is not happening for web pages with heavy text content.

            The texts are encoded properly whenever the background color changes(either being selected or highlighted). I do not understand what the problem is.

            Here is a sample of an image of command prompt I encoded using libWebp, you can clearly see that the selected area is encoded properly and the rest are randomly distorted.

            I do not find any resources or forums that discuss these kind of strange problems. Any help would be appreciated.

            Thanks in advance.



            Answered 2017-Jun-04 at 12:56

            The problem was with using the WebPPictureImportRGBA to import RGBA buffer, given 32bit RGBA as input, using WebPPictureImportRGBX solved the problem.



            LibWebP is taking too much time for image compression
            Asked 2017-Jun-04 at 09:04

            I'm working on the image compression techniques and analyzing the best algorithms that could produce smaller output within 100 ms or lesser for images of resolution 1920 * 1080 on a laptop with octa core processor for transmission through the network.

            I had been using GDI+ and CxImage libraries for image compression, through JPG or PNG compression techniques that gives me the output image within around 30 ms for JPG and around 70 ms using PNG for colorful images, time taken is pretty good but the compressed data size is much higher in size if I go for better quality.

            Then I came across google's WebP format. I tried it using libWebP with VC++. The quality and the compression rate is really awesome but the time taken is is much higher than I expected. It takes more than 300 ms and sime times even more than 1 second if I set true for alpha filtering and alpha compression.

            Here are my WebpConfig settings



            Answered 2017-Jun-04 at 09:04

            Try lossless compression? There can be modes of lossless that are faster than the lossy.

            If you are in control of the compression and decompression, split the image into 256x256 squares and compress and send them separately. That way you can not only parallelize the computation, but also interleave some of the transmission to happen during the compression, which may simplify your time budgeting for the compression computation.

            If you reduce the 'method' value, you will generally find a faster WebP compression. For lossless, you need to reduce BOTH method and quality, they control the same thing in a complicated manner. For lossless, try quality 20 and method 1 (or perhaps there is a 0 method, too, don't remember).



            Avoid moving to initial position after Animation
            Asked 2017-Jan-09 at 11:27

            I'm creating half circle image moving animation with specified radius.My code is working fine.But it moving to it's initial position after animation end.My code is below:

            Inside Activity:



            Answered 2017-Jan-06 at 09:55

            Start animation like this


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