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How to load, save and display image file format?

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hi..... Please..... I need tutorial with source code, or source code based on how to load, save and display image file format or creating a image editor....... The tutorial and source code can be based on the following: c/c++ java Visual Basic GDI/GDI++ MFC Direct X OpenGL Btw, please post the infromation other then from gamedev.net and gametutorials.com... Thanks......

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You might want to try this site. They have lots of information about various file formats. (While you''re at it, bookmark that site)

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http://openil.sourceforge.net/

Has a nice, but not currently (actively) supported open source library for saving and loading images. While not supported, it has support for many common file formats built in. I''ve used it in a bunch of non-game programs in the past.

The D3DX library has support for loading some image file formats.

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hi again...


Thanks for the replay..... please provide other information then... http://www.wotsit.org/ and http://myfileformats.com/


Thanks

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Why do you want us to do your searching for you? And what''s wrong with the information at GameDev and GameTutorials?

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hi..........

nothing wrong..... I just needed more......... and doing google for 3 days.........

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This is a nice tutorial on loading a bitmap. It is straight forward and uses C style i/o which IMHO is best to start off with before moving into C++ streams. If you can master loading and saving a bitmap, the rest follow pretty easily.



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