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Posted 30 May 2012yes i am doing it in java. i had seen few software example ImajeJ (made in java only)do this using look up table.
Posted 15 May 2012
Posted 20 Apr 2012Well i think you had not use JAI (JAVA ADVANCE IMAGING ) API yet. Its nice and easy to process any image using jai.
Posted 4 Apr 2012You can get an integer color value for each pixel of the BufferedImage using the .getRGB method, and you can use the .setRGB to set the color of a particular pixel in the image
You can then make a Color object out of this returned integer (from the .getPixel) method using
Color c = new Color(returnedValue);
Once you have this Color, you can use the .brighter method to make each pixel brighter.
Once you have the brighter Color, you then do the opposite. Get the RGB integer from the Color and use the setPixel method.
If you do this for each pixel in your image you will make it brighter. You can then attatch this to a JSlider or whatever.
OK. But please tell me that how could i attached it with JSlider
And Ya I will click on plus Button don't worry of that but please help me to use JSlider
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