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||Posted - Feb 02 2014 : 22:03:18
200 demo projects are included with ImageEn, and can also be accessed at:
But we also welcome users to submit other demos that might be useful, and also link to their own applications that have been created with ImageEn.
Please upload your demo by posting a reply and clicking "attach a photo or zip" (full source demos only, with an EXE). When linking to a demo or application please advise whether it is full source, free or $$$. If possible, also include a screenshot.
Many more demos are available with Adirondack's ImageEn E-book:
|20 L A T E S T R E P L I E S (Newest First)
||Posted - Apr 14 2021 : 05:29:56
iebfSpray? Wow, it looks really good as a chalk effect.
||Posted - Apr 13 2021 : 07:21:19
if (isChalk) then
Iv.BrushTool.BrushFill := iebfSpray;
||Posted - Apr 13 2021 : 05:53:38
You don't need an external library for SVG vector support. You can use the ImageMagick plug-in from our download page. I've added a demo in 10.0.0 showing how to do render SVG layers:
You can run it directly too:
I like your CreaLesson app. What is the method you use for the chalk text effect?
||Posted - Apr 10 2021 : 07:49:11
Here is my demo of a rectangle version of the COLOR WHEEL ("Squaring the circle"), using the HSV color model.
Different color wheel schemes can be selected:
Split Complementary Colors
Less Analogous Colors
Featuring these ImageEn controls:
||Posted - Apr 08 2021 : 06:56:39
Howto import SVG vectors.
(imageenmfolderview also displays svg files. using similar method. I just forgot to add for now. but will add it to this demo in next my freetime.)
(code is not crystal clear and buggy (forgot to freeandnil the svgdoc in demo). notime. but you got the idea)
happy build vectorial apps with imageen.
exe demo and source code attached to this post below:
svg samples included.
||Posted - Apr 05 2021 : 23:15:49
Nice work, Andreas and Kursat
||Posted - Apr 05 2021 : 04:16:20
ZBrush self cannot render transparent backgrounds.
therefore built for my own needs. ZCornea (powered by imageen).
can be downloaded at: http://bit.do/zcornealite
||Posted - Apr 05 2021 : 03:01:25
Built my app for my own needs and customers demands.
crealesson is an education software.
not powerpoint not camtasia not epicpen. mixtures of them.
download at https://gum.co/crealessonfree
Mouse and Keyboard On Screen Display in various themes.
thanks goes to Mr Nigel.(rose emoji)
||Posted - Jan 17 2021 : 12:22:50
we just released Image Former, which is a small tool to batch-edit any number of files. Right now, there are just a few functions included, but we will add more and more with time:
Thank you @Nigel for the quick support and the whole company for a great and easy-to-use library!
||Posted - Jan 17 2021 : 08:41:00
Thank you dear Nigel
||Posted - Jan 16 2021 : 17:55:35
Perspective correction is now built into ImageEn.
And try the demo:
||Posted - Jan 04 2021 : 12:26:26
I hope you are well
i have a question about your code:
Perspective correction project
can you please tell me about
DelX1, DelY1, DelX2, DelY2, DelX3, DelY3
what are these parameters? I understand you want to create an adjugate matrix but i didn't understand what are these parameters
||Posted - Oct 30 2020 : 02:49:29
You can download Photo Sense from here: https://www.insidelogicsoftware.com/
Please open this link and click on "Free Download" button to get the software. It is FREE!
Special thanks goes to (in no particular order):
- Sinia(Spetric) for sharing his hard work which allowed us to add support for third party Photoshop compatible filters.
- Bill Miller (w2m) for your sample codes and posts has taught us many things.
- Roy M Klever (rmklever) your Picture Color EQ got us started on how to implement lightning fast color/tone/etc. corrections and we have implemented an AI based photo correction in may of our Image->Adjustments.
- Ma Xiaoguang and Ma Xiaoming (twin brothers) who helped in implementing a perfect Levels feature which gives result equivalent and at times better then other tools in the market.
- Last but not the least to IE and Nigel without whom we would not have thought of building such a tool.
||Posted - Oct 29 2020 : 23:42:53
Nice one, Yogesh, that is a fantastic looking application.
Promo looks very professional too.
||Posted - Oct 29 2020 : 10:52:08
Finally after coding and re-coding and re-coding... for 700 days we have finally completed our flagship Image Editor.
For more information please watch our promo video:
I will post the download link soon as we are launching the basic version for FREE!
It has all the features of market leader Image Editor and we have tried to build our UI as close to market leader as possible including short cur keys and dialog layouts!
Please send me your reactions/reviews by mail from my profile page.
||Posted - Aug 21 2020 : 13:39:20
It can be done: First time, filter is called with UI and other times it can be called without UI with saved parameters. However, I did not implement this feature. Maybe in one of the next versions. Bugs first, then big documents for newer 64-bit filters, etc...
||Posted - Aug 21 2020 : 09:19:01
In dephi, it crashes when i run the demo that Nigel posted. I also use the 64 bit dll.
||Posted - Aug 21 2020 : 07:40:12
Thanks for releasing Plugin Host for 64bit.
I have personally have been waiting for this for quite some time.
On initial testing it is working like a charm!
I have one request:
How can we execute a plugin so that it applies its effects without showing its UI.... Can you provide some way by which we can do this?
||Posted - Aug 15 2020 : 18:51:16
Here's the source code for the Delphi demo:
||Posted - Aug 14 2020 : 15:20:12
Fully functional (well, I hope so) application for enumerating and executing Photoshop 8bf filters via pspiHost engine. Uses ImageEn for loading, viewing and creating filter mask from selections. 32 and 64-bit binaries with source code available on GitHub.
Binaries and complete source code:
For more info check:
- all pspiHost API calls can be found in frmNiGulpU.cpp
- call-back functions can be found in TNhelper.cpp
I hope I wrote readable source code and it can be easily translated to Delphi.
Thanks Nigel for C++ to Pascal headers conversion and for testing the engine with Delphi.