more info ImageEn, Image Display and Editing Library for Delphi, C++ Builder and .NET
ImageEn is the most powerful native image library available for Delphi and C++ Builder, and is also available for .NET.
The library includes a complete suite of components to handle all aspects of image and editing, analysis and display. Join thousands of other developers who rely on ImageEn to add professional multimedia functionality to their software.
Features and Features ImageEn:
Save and upload images anonymously Crop and rotate images without losing quality Support for Color Management Systems Save and load digital camera (EXIF) images in JPEG, TIFF, RAW and HD Photo files without loss of original image. Save and render EXIF GPS fields files Save and load Adobe XMP fields from JPEG, TIFF, HD Photo and PSD files Supports raw cameras including internal thumbnails Store and upload IPTC data from JPEG and TIFF files View the specification of an image including the dimension and depth of the image without loading the image Have a special dialog for storing and uploading images Support alpha channel in GIF, TIFF, PNG, ICO, CUR, TGA, PSD files. Detect edges and corners of the photo Remove red in the eyes Soft and internal shadows Supports a huge range of pixels including 1 bit, 8 bit paletted, 8 bit grayscale, 16 bit grayscale, 24 bit RGB, 32 bit float point, 24 bit CMYK, 48 bit RGB, CIELab Save images from the screen Supports VCL themes Print pictures Undo and Redo support Clipboard support Supports various objects including lines, circles and circles Change the settings of objects including Transparency, Soft shadow, Anti aliasing High speed image processing using Multi threading The new ImageEng changes and features are visible from here. Compatibility:
Delphi and C++ Builder 5 - 7, 2005 - 2010, XE - XE8, 10 Seattle, 10.1 Berlin and 10.2 Tokyo (32/64 bit) .NET 2.0 - 4.0.
Demos: Download ImageEn, Image Display and Editing Library for Delphi, C++ Builder and .NET
Copy the contents of the dll folder to the program installation location.