Reference Guide
GdPicture14 Namespace / GdPictureImaging Class / FxColorize Method
GdPicture image identifier.
Hue [0 - 100].
Saturation [0 - 100].
Luminosity [0 - 100].
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    FxColorize Method (GdPictureImaging)
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    Performs "colorization" effect on a GdPicture image or on an area of a GdPicture image defined by SetROI().
    Syntax
    'Declaration
     
    
    Public Function FxColorize( _
       ByVal ImageID As Integer, _
       ByVal Hue As Single, _
       ByVal Saturation As Single, _
       ByVal Luminosity As Single _
    ) As GdPictureStatus
    public GdPictureStatus FxColorize( 
       int ImageID,
       float Hue,
       float Saturation,
       float Luminosity
    )
    public function FxColorize( 
        ImageID: Integer;
        Hue: Single;
        Saturation: Single;
        Luminosity: Single
    ): GdPictureStatus; 
    public function FxColorize( 
       ImageID : int,
       Hue : float,
       Saturation : float,
       Luminosity : float
    ) : GdPictureStatus;
    public: GdPictureStatus FxColorize( 
       int ImageID,
       float Hue,
       float Saturation,
       float Luminosity
    ) 
    public:
    GdPictureStatus FxColorize( 
       int ImageID,
       float Hue,
       float Saturation,
       float Luminosity
    ) 

    Parameters

    ImageID
    GdPicture image identifier.
    Hue
    Hue [0 - 100].
    Saturation
    Saturation [0 - 100].
    Luminosity
    Luminosity [0 - 100].

    Return Value

    A member of the GdPictureStatus enumeration.
    Remarks
    This method is used in the "Image Processing" Demo.
    Example
    Performing a "colorization" effect on a jpeg image.
    using (GdPictureImaging gdpictureImaging = new GdPictureImaging())
    {
        // LoadInMemory parameter is set to true in order to be able to update the input file.
        int imageID = gdpictureImaging.CreateGdPictureImageFromFile("image.jpg", true);
     
        // Performing "colorization" effect.
        gdpictureImaging.FxColorize(imageID, 180, 50, 100);
        gdpictureImaging.SaveAsPNG(imageID, "image.png");
        gdpictureImaging.ReleaseGdPictureImage(imageID);
    }
    See Also