ImageKit9 ActiveX Control
ImageKit9 ActiveX Control | 52 Mb
Add image-processing and scanning functions to your COM applications! Easy to use imaging functions! Support for web camera too! The ImageKit9 ActiveX is a component that allows you to add image processing functionality to your applications quickly and easily. With the ImageKit9 ActiveX, you can write applications that retrieve images from TWAIN scanners and digital cameras; that load and save image files and convert images from one format to another; that edit images, draw shapes and text on images; that display images and print images; that display images as thumbnails, and much more. Most all of the ImageKit9 functionality is also available in DLL style API.
The ImageKit9 ActiveX component can be used in Visual Studio 2013/ 2012/ 2010/ 2008/ 2005 via COM wrapper. A variety of sample programs for each supported development environment are included with the ImageKit9 ActiveX allowing you to quickly get up to speed using the ImageKit9. Each sample program clearly illustrates one or two key functions so it is easy to understand and easy to find the necessary code to enable that functionality in your own applications.
The ImageKit9 ActiveX has the same stable, easy to use functions as always and supports both 32bit and 64bit environments and comes with unicode and ansi versions.
The earlier ImageKit8 ActiveX functions can be used just as they are and the ImageKit9 ActiveX now has touch screen capabilites, web camera controls, and new scanning functions.
Touch screen capabilities added - NEW!
Web camera functions added: record, play, preview, take snapshot - NEW!
New scanning functions - NEW!
Contains both 32bit and 64bit DLLs and OCX files
Create 64bit scanning applications (* Must have 64bit scan driver)
Supports unicode file names
Load images from and save images to HTTP servers
Load images from and save images to FTP servers
Set Exif information (* Not all exif tags supported)
New context menu has been added to image editing
The ImageKit9 ActiveX contains of five controls: the ImageKit control; three web camera controls, Record, Play, Preview; and the Thumbnail control. The ImageKit control provides comprehensive image-processing, printing, drawing, and scanning functionality. The WebCamera controls allow you to program and manipulate movie images from web cameras. The Thumbnail control provides an easy interface for displaying images as thumbnails. These controls are shipped in 4 editions: a 64 bit unicode edition, a 32 bit unicode edition, a 64 bit ANSI edition, and a 32 bit ANSI edition.
Main Features - The ImageKit control provide functions that can retrieve images from TWAIN scanners and digital cameras, that can display and edit images, that can draw text and shapes on images or apply effect filters and transformations to images, that can make composite images from two seperate images, that can load and save image files and convert images from one format to another, that can print images, et.al.
Main Features - The Thumbnail control provides an easy to use interface for displaying images as thumbnails. Select single thumbnails and display original image; select multiple thumbnails, save thumbnail information to file for quick loading, and more.
Scale display mode
If images are larger than the ImageKit Control, the image will be scaled to fit within the control.
Actual Size display mode
If images are larger than the ImageKit Control, scroll bars are automatically displayed
Actual Size display mode (without scroll bars)
If images are larger than the ImageKit Control, scroll bars are not displayed and image is not scaled
Stretch display mode
Images are resized to fit the dimensions of the ImageKit Control
Set display position of the image
With this functionality you can even display images at the very bottom of the ImageKit Control
The Pan Window (supports both raster and vector data)
The ImageKit control provides a useful Pan Window which can display the entire image while only a portion of that image is being displayed in the ImageKit Control. That portion of the entire image in the ImageKit Control is marked with a rectangle in the Pan Window. You can scroll the portion of the image displayed in the ImageKit control by moving this rectangle in the Pan Window. Multiple images simultaneously displayed in the ImageKit Control will also be shown in the Pan Window. Both raster and vector images are supported.
Scrollbar control action
Not only can you scroll with the mouse, but also with code. This includes diagonal scrolling!
It is possible to select areas or regions on an image for processing. This is as easy as moving the mouse over the image. Regional selection can also be done via code.
Image editing toolbar
The Image editing toolbars are an easy to use interface for editing images. The image editing toolbars support both raster and vector data.
Raster Image Editing Toolbar
Use this toolbar with raster images to zoom, to rotate, to select the entire image or select rectangular regions or freehand regions, to rotate selected areas, to undo changes, use a pen tool, retrieve colors from images, draw shapes like rectangles, ellipses, rounded rectangles, straight lines, curves, fill color, use air brush or eraser, set custom stamps, draw text, set fonts, copy and paste, set foreground and background colors, borders, etc.
Only for V.I.P
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