Let’s start to write our first program to get the idea. This will demonstrate how to. The CImg Library – C++ Template Image Processing Toolkit. FAQ Summary. General information and availability. What is the CImg Library?.
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CImg defines a single image class able to represent datasets having up to 4-dimensions from 1d scalar signals to 3d hyperspectral volumetric imageswith template pixel types bool,char,int,float, It also handles image collections and sequences.
CImg is self-containedthread-safe and highly portable. It is made of a single header file CImg. No need for exotic or complex dependencies.
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Moreover, a simple plug-in mechanism allows any user to directly enhance the library capabilities according to his needs. It can be used in commercial applications. CImg stands for Cool Image: Due to its generic conception, it can cover a wide range of image processing applications.
The CImg Library is an open-source product distributed under two distinct licenses: The Tutorial section shows the basic use of CImg classes and functions with a small first code.
The Screenshots section illustrates some of the different source code examples provided in the CImg package. You can look at the quite complete CImg Library presentation slides.
Online web statistics on the CImg website activity are available here.
The CImg Library Documentation
It was designed to help documenttation and my colleagues developing various image processing algorithms, for datasets as simple as 2D scalar images, or as complex as 3D volumes of diffusion tensors. I also used it for courses on image processing I teached at the university. As a result, the CImg Library has been always intended to be compacteasy to install and to usemulti-platform and generic.
I am still using, maintaining and updating the CImg Libraryand will probably do it for the next couple of years. If you enjoy using CImgyou may contribute to the project in different ways.
This will motivate me to continue the work. You can help CImg to be more widely known, by displaying a CImg Flyer at work, in your lab or school available in. You can report bugs, propose patches or new functionalities, using the CImg forum. You can write tutorials or parts of the documentation.
If you just want to say you’ve been happy with the library, you can send me a postcard from your place, to the following address: Gibraltar, from Terry Hendicott. Germany, from Michel Thomas. USA, from Bill C. Belgium, from Marc Lis.
Germany, from Werner Meier. Germany, from Justin Pletzfeld.
Italy, from Andrea coder of PhotoFlow. USA, from Patrick Wanters.