LEADTOOLS Named a Finalist in Dr. Dobb’s Jolt Awards 2013

We just got word that LEADTOOLS has racked up yet another award! LEADTOOLS Imaging Pro was nominated for and won a finalist award for the Dr. Dobb’s Jolt Awards 2013. These prestigious annual awards from Dr. Dobb’s were given by a panel of independent judges who rigorously tested and evaluated over thirty software development kits.


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2 Responses to LEADTOOLS Named a Finalist in Dr. Dobb’s Jolt Awards 2013

  1. I am looking at acquiting the SDK for the purpose of making image corrections to Nikon .nef files. I understand that the SDK can be used to make the standard contrast and brightness corrections but I am not able to determine if you can white balance, change exposure settings etc. like you can in the Nikon software. The Nikon software workes great but there is no batch capability.

    Awaiting your response.

    Ted (763-493-9320)

  2. Walter says:

    Hello Ted,

    I would recommend taking a look at a few of our Image Processing help file topics. Specifically, I would check out the Changing Brightness and Contrast and Correcting Colors help topics with regard to the image processing you are mentioning here.

    You specifically ask about white balance and changing exposure settings. For white balance, I would look at the BalanceColorsCommand or ChangeHueStaturationIntensityCommand. Both of these are noted in the “Correcting Colors” topic above.

    I do not think there is an equivalent method in LEADTOOLS for changing the exposure settings for the camera. That would be determined by the device creating the file. However, we do have support for reading and writing Exif metadata. We have specific enumerations for WhiteBalance and ExposureMode here

    LEADTOOLS has a lot of image processing commands for many different effects. If you continue to have questions with this, I would suggest sending a sample image (or multiple) to support@leadtools.com with your questions. The LEADTOOLS Support team will work to assist you further.

    Walter Bates
    Assistant Support Manager

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