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In this article, you will learn how to merge or combine multiple images into a single image programmatically using C#. The step-by-step guide and the code samples will demonstrate how to merge images horizontally or vertically.
In various cases, you may need to convert the RGB images to grayscale or black and white, for example, in image processing, etc. In accordance with that, in this article, you will learn how to convert an RGB image to grayscale using Java. Moreover, the article will cover grayscaling and binarization of the images explicitly.
In various cases, you may need to convert the color images to grayscale or black and white, such as, in image processing, etc. In this article, you will learn how to convert color images to grayscale using C#. Furthermore, the article will cover grayscaling and binarization of the images explicitly.
More often, GIF images are used to depict the animations. An animated GIF is a collection of frames combined together in a particular order. However, in certain cases, you have to convert GIF images to other raster image formats. For such cases, this article demonstrates how to convert a GIF image to PNG, JPEG, BMP, and TIFF formats using Java.
PDF has become one of the ruling document formats nowadays. The cross-platform support has made PDF a universal format. Therefore, various documents or images are converted to PDF before they are shared or exchanged. In this article, you will learn how to perform GIF to PDF conversion from within your C# applications. The article will also cover how to customize GIF to PDF conversion in various cases.
Watermarks in images are usually used to claim ownership of the content. On the other hand, images are watermarked to avoid unauthorized usage or counterfeiting. In various cases, you may need to automate watermarking feature within your web or desktop applications. For such scenarios, this article covers how to add watermark to images programmatically using C#. This could also be useful when you need to watermark a batch of images in one go. So let's begin.
In various scenarios, the images are compressed to reduce their file size. For this, different online or offline applications allow you to apply image compression. However, in certain cases, you may need to implement the image compression feature from within your web or desktop applications. For such cases, this article covers how to compress images including PNG, JPEG, and TIFF programmatically using Java.
Being the software and hardware-independent format, PDF gives an outstanding user experience as compared to other document formats. The consistent layout of PDF makes it a universal format. Therefore, in various scenarios, the documents or images are converted to PDF before they are shared or exchanged. In this article, you will learn how to convert animated GIF images to PDF using Java. Particularly, we will convert each frame in a GIF to an image in a PDF file.
WMF is abbreviated for Windows MetaFile while EMF is an improved version, known as Enhanced MetaFile. These metafiles are frequently used for printing purposes. You can easily convert EMF or WMF to SVG image file format as per your requirements.
Watermark is a convenient way of protecting the content and claiming the copyrights. By applying a watermark to digital documents or images, you can avoid unauthorized usage or theft. In accordance with that, this article covers how to automate watermarking feature for images within Java applications. Particularly, you will learn how to add watermark to images using Java. This can be useful especially when you need to add a watermark to a batch of images.