Discover the internal structure of a 24-bit uncompressed bitmap file, as well as how you can load such a file and store RGB values into a linear array. Load the pixels of a bitmap without using Win32 API functions or other third-party classes (such as MFC).
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Content-Based Image Retrieval (CBIR) is a way to index or find a similarity between images in a multimedia database.
A simple demonstration of draw mode settings as well as a demonstration using GDI+ to save to a file.
This tutorial teaches you how to create a DirectDraw interfaceand attach it to a normal SDI window with Doc/View architecture. You'll use the Win32 API, MFC and DirectX to draw 2D graphics in the view window.
A BitBlt-like function that allows you to select the angle size to rotate the image.
Discover how to blend a RGB bitmap with the Blur method. It use HBITMAP, GetDibBits and SetDibBits.
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