I have got the URI of an image from an Input Image Activity. I have passed this URI to the Main Activity using .putExtra. Now I have the URI of the image in the Main Activity and I want to save the image somehow in r.drawable folder or to convert it to a picture which I can save to r.drawable.
I have been searching for ways to get the color of a coordinate (x, y) of an image. I have an image, Image depthImage = mActivityTestRule.getActivity().getDepthImage();, and I would like to do that, by giving the coordinates. My project is an ARCore project (git clone https://github.com/google-ar/arcore-android-sdk.git) One solution that I found is but the expression getRGB is highlighted in red.
When I hover over the Image I am getting the wrong color value in some pixels of the image, which seems to be a kind of pixel shift. I am using a MouseMoved event on the ImageView to get the x and y coordinates of the cursor on the image, then I create a Color instance using the color from
it’s again about VSCode and Java (I start learning it). I have a little test program that loads images and works fine when started in the VSCode IDE. I have also seen here that I must somehow load the pics from a “classpath” – so I added a classpath for the “pics” folder shown in the screenshot. I see that
Okay so, I have a Circle component which I assigned in SceneBuilder. I want to fill this Circle with an ImagePattern object, however I’m running into a weird problem. I’m assigning a lot of images from lots of URL’s in a database and they’re only set when I click them, and some of the links appear to be broken, but
Background info: I’ve made a program that uploads an image using JFileChooser and fills in the space of the JFrame. I then apply filters via buttons. Currently 3 of my 4 filters work, or all except my mirror one. It randomly (or I guess not so randomly as there’s always a reason, I just don’t know what I did) worked
Background info: I’ve made a program that uploads an image using JFileChooser and have made fill in the space of the JFrame. My Question: I’ve attempted implementing my method on a save button and so far I can pull up the JFileChooser but it will not actually save the image. So how would I go about saving the same image
What I need to do is I have a input image file and I need to change it as user’s parameters. For example if user wants to make it %30 darker, first I get all pixels with their RGB values and store them in an 2D array. Sample array given below. After that I overwrite that RGB values (in our
I have a basic program where stock images form the background for a larger program – but a number of the images have slightly different sizes compared to each other. My initial code loads up the background image and tries to set the canvas size based on the image dimensions: I get ‘IllegalStateException’ error bg.width and bg.height are 806 and
I looked everywhere to see with anyone had the same problem than me but it seems I’m the only one getting this error. So I’m in Java with Swing. I have a class Player that draws an image of the player. However, each time I tried to use setTransform to rotate my image, the second instance of player is scaled