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IntelligentUpScaleCommand Constructor(RasterImage,RasterColor,RasterColor,bool,bool,int,int,int,int,int)

Summary

Initializes a new IntelligentUpScaleCommand class object with explicit parameters.

Syntax
C#
VB
C++
  
Public Function New( _ 
   ByVal maskImage As RasterImage, _ 
   ByVal removeObjectColor As RasterColor, _ 
   ByVal preserveObjectColor As RasterColor, _ 
   ByVal useRemoveObjectColor As Boolean, _ 
   ByVal usePreserveObjectColor As Boolean, _ 
   ByVal newWidth As Integer, _ 
   ByVal widthUpScalingFactor As Integer, _ 
   ByVal newHeight As Integer, _ 
   ByVal heightUpScalingFactor As Integer, _ 
   ByVal upScalingOrder As Integer _ 
) 
public: 
IntelligentUpScaleCommand(  
   RasterImage^ maskImage, 
   RasterColor removeObjectColor, 
   RasterColor preserveObjectColor, 
   bool useRemoveObjectColor, 
   bool usePreserveObjectColor, 
   int newWidth, 
   int widthUpScalingFactor, 
   int newHeight, 
   int heightUpScalingFactor, 
   int upScalingOrder 
) 

Parameters

maskImage
RasterImage object that references mask image.

removeObjectColor
RasterColor value that specifies color of the area in the mask image to be removed. It has to be different than the other image colors. If no remove color exists, then pass null.

preserveObjectColor
RasterColor value that specifies color of the area in the mask image to be removed. It has to be different than the other image colors. If no remove color exists, then pass null.

useRemoveObjectColor
True to use the removeObjectColor parameter otherwise it is false.

usePreserveObjectColor
true to use the removeObjectColor parameter otherwise it is false.

newWidth
New width. Range from 1 to width of the image less 1.

widthUpScalingFactor
Number of the upscaling process stages for the new width to be achieved.

newHeight
New height. Range from 1 to height of the image less 1.

heightUpScalingFactor
Number of the upscaling process stages for the new height to be achieved.

upScalingOrder
Flag that determines whether processing will start with the width first and then the height or vice versa. Pass 0 to start with the height or pass 1 to start with the width.

Example

Refer to IntelligentUpScaleCommand.

Requirements

Target Platforms

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