You can do great things with ColorMatrix in GDI+. Use the QColorMatrix class to open up the possibilities. You'll be able to affect gamma, saturation, contrast, brightness, hue, and more. (The demo project and source code were updated.)
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GDI+ can be used for image processing. Learn a simpler way to use the methods that directly address pixels to allows image processing capabilities.
A simple demonstration of draw mode settings as well as a demonstration using GDI+ to save to a file.
A simple drawing program with GDI+ support.
The Microsoft GDI+ can do many cool things for you. One of these things is the ability to load or save images of a number of different types.
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