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/*
#
# File : use_libgmic.cpp
# ( C++ source file )
#
# Description : Show how to call the C++ version of the G'MIC library from a C++ source code.
# (for a C API, see 'use_libcgmic.c' instead)
#
# Copyright : David Tschumperle
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*/
/*
Note : To compile this example, using g++, use :
g++ -o use_libgmic use_libgmic.cpp -lgmic -lfftw3
*/
/*
Uncomment the two lines below if you want to use the CImg library along with the G'MIC library.
*/
//#include "CImg.h"
//using namespace cimg_library;
#include "gmic.h"
#include <cstdio>
#include <cmath>
int main() {
// First step : Create a list of input images.
//--------------------------------------------
std::fprintf(stderr,"\n- 1st step : Create input list of images.\n");
gmic_list<float> images; // List of images, will contain all images pixel data.
gmic_list<char> images_names; // List of images names. Can be left empty if no names.
images.assign(5); // Assign list to contain 5 images.
for (unsigned int i = 0; i<images._width; ++i) {
gmic_image<float>& img = images[i];
img.assign(256,256,1,3); // Assign i-th image with size 256x256x1x3 (2d color image).
std::fprintf(stderr," Input image %u = %ux%ux%ux%u, buffer : %p\n",i,
img._width,
img._height,
img._depth,
img._spectrum,
img._data);
// Fill each image buffer with sinus values (with different frequencies).
float *ptr = img;
for (unsigned int c = 0; c<img._spectrum; ++c)
for (unsigned int y = 0; y<img._height; ++y)
for (unsigned int x = 0; x<img._width; ++x)
*(ptr++) = std::cos(x/(1. + i))*std::sin(y/(1. + i + c));
}
// Second step : Call G'MIC API to process input images.
//------------------------------------------------------
std::fprintf(stderr,"\n- 2st step : Call G'MIC interpreter.\n");
try {
// Here you can call any G'MIC command you want !
// (here, create a deformed average of the input images, and save it as a BMP file).
gmic("-+ -n 0,255 -flower 8 -sharpen 100 -o foo1.bmp",images,images_names);
} catch (gmic_exception &e) { // Catch exception, if an error occured in the interpreter.
std::fprintf(stderr,"\n- Error encountered when calling G'MIC : '%s'\n",e.what());
return 0;
}
// Third step (alternative) : Call G'MIC API to process input images.
//---------------------------------------------------------------------
std::fprintf(stderr,"\n- 3rd step (alternative) : Call G'MIC interpreter from empty instance.\n");
gmic gmic_instance; // Construct first an empty 'gmic' instance.
try {
// Here, we use the already constructed 'gmic' instance. The same instance can be used
// several times.
gmic_instance.run("-blur 5 -sharpen 1000 -n 0,255 -o foo2.bmp",images,images_names);
std::fputc('\n',stderr);
gmic_instance.run("--resize 50%,50% -to_rgba[-1] -rotate[-1] 30 -drop_shadow[-1] 0,13 "
"-blur_radial[0] 10% -blend alpha -o foo3.bmp",images,images_names);
} catch (gmic_exception &e) { // Catch exception, if an error occured in the interpreter.
std::fprintf(stderr,"\n- Error encountered when calling G'MIC : '%s'\n",e.what());
return 0;
}
// Fourth step : get back modified image data.
//---------------------------------------------
std::fprintf(stderr,"\n- 4th step : Returned %u output images.\n",images._width);
for (unsigned int i = 0; i<images._width; ++i) {
std::fprintf(stderr," Output image %u = %ux%ux%ux%u, buffer : %p\n",i,
images[i]._width,
images[i]._height,
images[i]._depth,
images[i]._spectrum,
images[i]._data);
}
// Fourth step : Free image resources.
//-------------------------------------
images.assign(0U);
// That's it !
//-------------
std::fprintf(stderr,"\n- That's it !\n");
return 0;
}