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Old 01-17-2006, 04:06 PM   #1
paulsm4
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Using ImageMagick Convert RGB -> indexed colors


Hi -

I'm trying to create animations in an old, proprietary DOS file format. I need to be able to read a set of RGBA .png images (each .png file corresponding to a frame in the animation) and convert them all to indexed color (*all* images have to share the *same* color palette).

It sounds like ImageMagick's QuantizeImages() API might be the ideal way to do this. Does this approach sound reasonable:

Code:
#include <stdio.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <errno.h>
#include <magick/api.h>
...
main ()
  ...
    // Initialize ImageMagick
  ExceptionInfo exception;
  InitializeMagick(*argv);
  GetExceptionInfo (&exception);
  ImageInfo *image_info = CloneImageInfo ((ImageInfo *)NULL);
  
  // Read all specified .png/RGBA TrueColor images into memory
  Image *images = NewImageList ();
  for (int i = 1; i < argc; i++)
  {
    strncpy (image_info->filename, argv[i], MaxTextExtent);
    Image *tmp_image = ReadImage (image_info, &exception);
    if (tmp_image == NULL)
    {
      printf ("ERROR: Can't read (%s), err= %d:%s!\n",
        image_info->filename, exception.error_number, exception.description);
      ...
    }
    AppendImageToList (&images, tmp_image);
  }
  
  // Generate color table (based on all RGBA images in list)
  QuantizeInfo quantize_info;
  GetQuantizeInfo(&quantize_info);
  QuantizeImages (&quantize_info, images);

  // Read color palette from first (now-indexed color) image
  Image *nextImage = GetFirstImageInList (images);
  ViewInfo *view_info = OpenCacheView (nextImage);
  IndexPacket *index_packet = GetCacheViewIndexes ( view_info);
  
  // Write color table to DOS animation file
  /* ... TBD ... */
  CloseCacheView (view_info);

  // Read (now-indexed color) images one at a time
  for (int i = 1; i < argc; i++)
  {
     // Read (now indexed) pixels from current image
     view_info = OpenCacheView (nextImage);
     PixelPacket *pixel_packet = GetCacheView (view_info, 0, 0, width, height);
    
     // Write pixel data to DOS file
     /* ... TBD ... */
     CloseCacheView (view_info);
     theImage = GetNextImageInList (images);
  }

  // Done
  DestroyImages (images);
  if (image_info)  
    DestroyImageInfo(image_info);
  DestroyMagick();
 
  


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