Image Add, Subtract, and Combine SDK Libraries
Benefits of LEADTOOLS Image Add, Subtract, and Combine Libraries
The benefits of combining images go far beyond the simple splicing or layering of two or more images together. Different mathematical operators enable detailed image analysis, which can be used in security or forensics. Background subtraction is a tried-and-true staple to improve the accuracy and speed of OCR and forms recognition and processing.
- Combine images using various mathematical and logical operators
- Blend images together with feathering and alpha transparency
- Enhance OCR and forms recognition quality through background subtraction
- Apply image add, subtract, and combine functions on images of many color bit depths
- Use region of interest to isolate specific parts of an image
Image Add, Subtract, and Combine Functions
Below is a list of some of the functions included in the LEADTOOLS SDK image processing libraries:
Easy to Integrate
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Image Add, Subtract, and Combine SDK Platforms and Programming Interfaces
Developers that are leveraging these frameworks can utilize the Image Add, Subtract, and Combine SDK: .NET Framework, .NET Core, Xamarin, UWP, WinForms, C++ Class Library, ASP.NET, and Web Services / Web API (JSON, SOAP, REST)
Programming, Scripting, Markup
Start Coding With LEADTOOLS Image Add, Subtract, and Combine
Image Add, Subtract, and Combine libraries as well as all LEADTOOLS Recognition, Document, Medical, Vector, and Imaging technologies for all development and target platforms, including Windows, Linux, and macOS.
Online Demo Application that include Image Add, Subtract, and Combine SDK Libraries
Apply some of the image processing functions offered in LEADTOOLS. LEADTOOLS provides more the 200 image processing functions and only a small subset is shown in this interactive demonstration:
- Histogram Equalize
- Auto Color Level