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IM_VIPS2MASK

IM_VIPS2MASK

Section: C Library Functions (3) Updated: 6 June 1994
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NAME

im_vips2mask, im_mask2vips - convert between masks and images  

SYNOPSIS

#include <vips/vips.h>

DOUBLEMASK *im_vips2mask( IMAGE *in, char *out_name )

int im_mask2vips( DOUBLEMASK *in, IMAGE *out )  

DESCRIPTION

im_vips2mask(3) returns a DOUBLEMASK of name out_name containing the data from IMAGE in. Images must have either one band, a width of 1, or a height of 1. Returns NULL on error, and a new mask on success. The scale field is set to 1.0 and the offset to 0.0.

im_mask2vips(3) writes the doubles held in mask in to the IMAGE out. It creates a one-band image of the same size as in. It returns 0 on success and -1 on error. The scale and offset fields are ignored.

 

SEE ALSO

im_openin(3), im_openout(3), im_setbuf(3), edvips(3), im_create_dmask(3).  

COPYRIGHT


National Gallery, 1994


 

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