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ReadLoadResolutions(string,int) Method

Summary
Examines a page in a file to determine which resolutions it contains.
Syntax
C#
VB
Objective-C
C++
public LeadSize[] ReadLoadResolutions( 
   string fileName, 
   int pageNumber 
) 
Public Overloads Function ReadLoadResolutions( _ 
   ByVal fileName As String, _ 
   ByVal pageNumber As Integer _ 
) As LeadSize() 
- (nullable NSArray<NSValue/*CGSize*/ *> *)loadResolutionsForFile:(NSString *)file  
                                                             pageNumber:(NSInteger)pageNumber  
                                                                  error:(NSError **)error 
public: 
array<LeadSize>^ ReadLoadResolutions(  
   String^ fileName, 
   int pageNumber 
)  

Parameters

fileName
A String containing the name of the file to query.

pageNumber
An Int32 that indicates the page number.

Return Value

A LeadSize structure containing the available resolutions.

Remarks

A FlashPix, PhotoCD, JPEG 2000 or JBIG/JBIG2 file can contain more than one copy of the same image, each at a different physical resolution (width and height in pixels).

multipage files (like TIF) containing compressions listed above (eg: JPEG 2000 or JBIG/JBIG2) can also contain more than one copy of the same image, each at a different physical resolution (width and height in pixels).

After you get the available resolutions, you can use any of the following to specify the one to be loaded:

The pages numbers start with 1, so set pageNumber to 2 to read the resolutions from the second page. If you set pageNumber to 1, the function behaves like the equivalent function without the pageNumber parameter.

For more information, refer to Implementing JBIG Features.

Example

This example shows how many physical resolutions are available in page 2, selects the smallest one, then loads the file.

C#
using Leadtools; 
using Leadtools.Codecs; 
using Leadtools.ImageProcessing; 
using Leadtools.ImageProcessing.Color; 
using Leadtools.Svg; 
 
 
void ReadLoadResolutionsTiffExample(string tiffFileName, int pageNumber) 
{ 
	RasterCodecs codecs = new RasterCodecs(); 
 
	// Get the number of resolutions (sizes) available in second page of this file 
	// Make sure you run this for a tiff file with 2 pages, second page using JPEG 2000 compression 
	LeadSize[] resolution = codecs.ReadLoadResolutions(tiffFileName, pageNumber); 
	if (resolution.Length > 0) 
	{ 
		Console.WriteLine("{0} resolutions available", resolution.Length); 
		for (int i = 0; i < resolution.Length; i++) 
			Console.WriteLine("{0}: {1} by {2}", i, resolution[i].Width, resolution[i].Height); 
 
		// Set the size to load, the smallest size in this case */ 
		codecs.Options.Tiff.Load.J2kResolution = resolution[resolution.Length - 1]; 
 
		// Get the info in of the image to show its original size 
		CodecsImageInfo info = codecs.GetInformation(tiffFileName, false, pageNumber); 
		Console.WriteLine("Size of image according to GetInformation is {0} by {1}", info.Width, info.Height); 
 
		// Load the image, keeping the bits per pixel of the file 
		RasterImage image = codecs.Load(tiffFileName, pageNumber); 
		Console.WriteLine("Size of image loaded is {0} by {1}", image.Width, image.Height); 
 
		image.Dispose(); 
	} 
	else 
		Console.WriteLine("No resolutions found"); 
 
	// Clean up 
	codecs.Dispose(); 
} 
Requirements

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