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Threshold Property

Summary

Gets or sets the maximum pixel value to be colored using the Color property.

Syntax

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C++
public int Threshold { get; set; } 
Public Property Threshold As Integer 
public int Threshold {get; set;} 
@property (nonatomic, assign) NSUInteger threshold 
public int getThreshold() 
public void setThreshold(int value) 
             
 <br/>get_Threshold();<br/>set_Threshold(value);<br/>Object.defineProperty('Threshold');  
public: 
property int Threshold { 
   int get(); 
   void set (    int ); 
} 

Property Value

The maximum pixel value to be colored using the Color property. The pixels with a value less than or equal to this will have the color set in the Color property. If the ColorizeGrayCommandData class is the last in the GrayColors array, then this value is ignored and the maximum possible value will be used instead. The maximum value depends on the image bits per pixel. For 8, 12 and 16-bit images the maximum value is 255, 4095 and 65535 respectively. However if you enter a value higher than the maximum, the value will be clipped at the maximum value.

Example

Refer to ColorizeGrayCommand.

Requirements

Target Platforms

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