Let’s start to write our first program to get the idea. This will demonstrate how to. The CImg Library – C++ Template Image Processing Toolkit. FAQ Summary. General information and availability. What is the CImg Library?.
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The main library file CImg. Set pixel value, using linear interpolation for the X and Y-coordinates. Load image from a camera stream, using OpenCV. A CImgIOException is thrown when the specified filename cannot be read, or if the file format is not recognized.
Return the variance as well as the average of the pixel values. Fill sequentially pixel values according to the values found in another image. Rotate image with arbitrary angle.
The CImg Library Documentation
Blur image anisotropically, directed by a field of diffusion tensors. Draw a set of consecutive splines. Return a reference to the maximum pixel value as well as the minimum pixel value.
Return a NxN identity matrix. Return a pointer to a located pixel value.
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Normalize multi-valued pixels of the image instance, with respect to their L2-norm. Compute the cosine of each pixel value. Access to a pixel value. Return pixel value, using linear interpolation and Cimv boundary conditions for all X,Y,Z and C-coordinates.
Save image as a Pandore-5 file [overloading]. Blur image, with cimt image guided filter [new-instance version]. The image pixels are read as 8-bits RGB values.
Return pixel value, using cubic interpolation and Neumann boundary conditions for the X and Y-coordinates. Test if image width and spectrum are the same as that of another image. Germany, from Justin Pletzfeld. Sort pixel values and get sorting permutations [new-instance version]. The CImg Library is an open-source product distributed under two distinct licenses: Including this one is mandatory.
In order to initialize pixel values e. Convert pixel values from Lab to RGB color spaces [new-instance version]. Gibraltar, from Terry Hendicott. Compute 1D Fast Fourier Transform, along a specified axis. Draw a 3D spline [overloading]. Simple iterator type, to loop through each pixel value of an image instance. Compute field of diffusion tensors for edge-preserving smoothing.
Return a reference to the minimum pixel value as well as the maximum pixel value. Return pixel value, using linear interpolation and Neumann boundary conditions for the X,Y and Z-coordinates.
Draw a filled 2D triangle. Mirror image content along specified axes. Here is a list of the most used: Draw a filled 2D ellipse. Generate a isoline of the image instance as a doumentation object.
Having a pre-compiled library object would be the only solution to speed up compilation time, but it is not possible at all, due to the too much generic nature of the library.