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#1 Posted : Wednesday, October 13, 2010 2:52:07 AM(UTC)


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    Hello ... I am doing project in c# with leadtools16, in this, i have loaded image into two RasterImageViewers , One as original size image(Normal image: 1024 x 768) and another as thumbnail image (Thumbnail image size is six times lesser than the original size  [170 x 128]) .I have given RasterEffects to the thumbnail image and apply to the original image,but for some effects the thumbnail and original image are different .
Effects ..
1)Dice(set coloumn width and heght border)-border thickness is different
3)Edge Detector
4)Colored Balls
6)Picturize list
10)Roman Mosaic
                         How can i set ratio for these effects, when i apply to the original image? pls help me Quick ....


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#2 Posted : Wednesday, October 13, 2010 6:26:34 AM(UTC)

Adam Boulad  

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The difference in the image processing function result between the original big image and the small (resized) image is normal, since the two images (even though they look similar) contain different pixel data and the algorithm of the image processing is processing different pixel data.
If you want to make sure that the two images contain the same effect, apply the image processing function on the original image and then resize the output image to the thumbnail size.
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