Java API for Image Processing
It is a standalone Imaging API consisting of Java routines that enable your Java applications to draw as well as perform basic to advanced level processing of raster & vector images.
Aspose.Imaging for Java offers robust image compression and high processing speed through native byte access and a range of efficient algorithms. It not only manipulate, export and convert images but also lets you dynamically draw objects using pixel manipulation and Graphics Path.
|Examples||A collection of Java examples that help you learn the product features.|
|Plugins||Plugins that will demonstrate one or more features of Aspose.Imaging for Java.|
Imaging API Features
- Draw raster images with graphics.
- Draw vector images.
- Converting images to various formats.
- Apply masking as well as Median & Wiener filters.
- Crop, rotate & resize images via API.
- De-skew & transform images.
- Set image properties.
Read & Write Image Formats
Raster Formats: JPEG2000, JPEG, BMP, TIFF, GIF, PNG, APNG
Metafiles: EMF, EMZ, WMF, WMZ
Other: SVG, SVGZ, DICOM
Save Images As
Markup: HTML5 Canvas
Read Image Formats
Various: DjVu, DNG, ODG, CMX, CDR, DIB, OTG, FODG, EPS (raster preview only), WEBP
Supported Operating Systems
Aspose.Imaging for Java can be virtually run in any OS where Java is installed (since JDK 1.6)
- Windows (since 7)
- Any OS where Java is installed.
Aspose.Imaging works for both x86 and x64 versions of the above listed operating systems.
Note: In Linux OS, it is recommended to install the package with Microsoft compatible fonts (e.g.
sudo apt-get install ttf-mscorefonts-installer).
Get Started with Aspose.Imaging for Java
Aspose hosts all Java APIs at the Aspose Repository. You can easily use Aspose.BarCode for Java API directly in your Maven projects with simple configurations. For the detailed instructions please visit Installing Aspose.Imaging for Java from Maven Repository documentation page.
Crop EMF Image by Rectangle
MetafileImage metaImage = (MetafileImage) Image.load(dataDir + "Picture1.emf"); // create an instance of Rectangle class with desired size Rectangle rectangle = new Rectangle(10, 10, 100, 100); // perform the crop operation on object of Rectangle class metaImage.crop(rectangle); // save the result in PNG format metaImage.save(dataDir + "CropbyRectangle_out.png", new PngOptions());