Category Archive: Aspose.Imaging Product Family
Image compression is a popular way of reducing the size of the images. It lets you minimize the space and time required to store and transmit images respectively. Various compression techniques are available that compress images in such a way that the quality of the images is not degraded. In accordance with that, this post provides you with some simple ways of how to compress PNG, JPEG, and TIFF images programmatically using C#.
In order to view a DICOM file, you need a dedicated software and you cannot simply embed them in presentations or webpages. To tackle this limitation, you can convert a DICOM file to raster image formats such as JPEG, GIF, PNG, and BMP. In this article, you will learn how to convert a DICOM file programmatically in Java.
TGA is an acronym for Truevision Graphics Adapter and is often referred as TARGA, Truevision Advanced Raster Graphics Adapter. You can convert PNG and JPG images to TGA, or manipulate TGA images using C#. TARGA is actually a raster graphic file format that is supported by Aspose.Imaging for .NET API, along with many other supported file formats.
EPS (Encapsulated PostScript) is a graphics file format that is used to describe images or drawings. In various scenarios, EPS images are also used to be placed within another PostScript document. EPS contains an encapsulated low-resolution preview, however, you may come across the need of converting EPS images to a format that could easily be displayed without any dependency. For such cases, this article covers how to convert EPS to PNG or PDF using C#.
Clipping Path is a closed vector path used to select a part of the image that should be visible. Once the clipping path is created, the part of the image outside the clipping path becomes transparent or invisible. In Adobe Photoshop, the clipping path technique is most often used to remove the background from the images and photographs. In this article, you will learn how to create a clipping path in TIFF images programmatically using C#. Furthermore, you’ll come to… Continue Reading
Animated PNG (Portable Network Graphics) is an extension to PNG format to incorporate the animations. Just like animated GIFs, APNG format is used to present the animations. An edge of APNG over GIF is, it supports 24-bit transparency whereas GIF supports only 8-bit. Furthermore, APNG provides a smoother animation as compared to an animated GIF. In this article, I’ll show you how to create the animated PNG (APNG) images from an image or multi-page Tiff and export APNG to animated… Continue Reading
Animated GIF (Graphics Interchange Format) contains a number of image frames in a particular order within a single file. These frames are shown in a sequence to create the animation. There could be various use cases when you need to convert animated GIFs to other multi-page or raster image formats. The multi-page formats include TIFF as well as PDF whereas raster images could be PNG, JPG, BMP and etc. In this article, I’ll show you how to convert animated GIF… Continue Reading
You can convert EMF images to EMZ or WMF images to WMZ as well as SVG images to SVGZ and other way around. Convert EMF, WMF and SVG to PNG images.
In this article, I will show you how to generate the HTML5 Canvas element with graphics using C#. You can embed this feature within your .NET web applications for the dynamic generation and integration of HTML5 Canvas on web pages. HTML5 Canvas element is used to draw graphics on the fly within the web pages. It provides you with an area that acts as a container of graphics or drawing objects. You can draw paths, boxes, texts, images, and other… Continue Reading
DICOM (Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine) is a standard file format for storing medical imaging information. The information stored in the DICOM images is managed in the form of datasets including the header and the image data set. Most often, DICOM images contain medical scans such as ultrasounds, MRIs and etc. which are exchanged between multiple entities to share the patient’s medical information. In order to view the DICOM images, various offline and online DICOM viewers are available in… Continue Reading