ImgSource is a Windows library that can be used in any 32-bit or 64-bit Windows environment.
It provides nearly 600 image file and image processing functions and is available both as
a DLL that can be used from almost any programming environment (including C/C++, VB,
C#, MC++, PowerBasic, Delphi, Access, and many more). It is also available in C/C++
static library form for use with Visual Studio 2013 and VS 2015.
What's included in the download package ?
The DLL download package includes
What do you get with registration?
More C++ sample code can be found in the ImgSource v6 Help File.
There are a wide range of image processing libraries available: some are very expensive, some are totally free; some are very simple, some offer everything imaginable. How do you choose?
Because we want people to pay for ImgSource we need to ensure that there is a reason for them to pay. We need to be sure that bugs are fixed, that new functionality is added when there is demand and we need to ensure that people can use ImgSource to do what they need to do. In short, support. ImgSource has discussion boards, personalized email support, and almost constant updates. Functionailty is added at a pace that few can keep up with, bug fixes are almost instantaneous and, there is a community of developers who are already using ImgSource that can help you get started. We try to make ImgSource worth every bit of your registration cost, and we think we succeed.
ImgSource help file
You can download the ImgSource help file. This is an interactive help file that contains ImgSource function definitions and descriptions, sample code, articles, and more. The help file is also available in on line form.
These libraries add support for more file formats. They are known as "ImgSource extension libraries", and are tightly integrated into ImgSource's source and destination manager system. These libraries require ImgSource 18.104.22.168 or higher, unless otherwise noted.
Visual C++ source
You have the option to purchase the C/C++ source to ImgSource. Cost to purchase the full source to ImgSource is $100 in addition to the normal registration fee. The source code license is a 6 month license. During that time, you can download the source as often as you wish. After 6 months, you must purchase another source code license.
ImgSource is built with Visual Studio 2013, but you can probably get it to build on older versions of Visual Studio (or even VC6).
Static library option
This library is also available as a set of C/C++ static .LIB files. (2 LIBs, release and debug). This is the same code that is in the ImgSource DLL. The .LIBs require the same key that the DLL does and the pricing is the same as for the DLL. Static library use requires that you have Visual Studio 2013. Both Win32 and x64 libraries are available.
Version 6.0Latest version: 22.214.171.124
Win32 and x64 Libraries
C# Function declarations
We have a set of function declarations for C# that will allow you to use ImgSource in your C# programs. You can download it, here.
Older VersionsImgSource version 5 libs are available here. If you need an older version, please contact Smaller Animals Software, Inc..
ImgSource60.DLL is not interchangeable with previous versions.
Tech SupportThe best way to reach us for technical support is via the ImgSource discussion boards.
Other PlatformsIf you use this package with a platform other than VC++, and would like to tell us how you did it, please do. If you have any hints or tips or code snippets that could help others, please feel free to share this on the ImgSource discussion board.
SuggestionsIf you have ideas about functionality that you'd like but don't see here, let us know. Many of the features included are the result of people asking if we could figure out how to do it.
DisclaimerUse at your own risk. There are no guarantees as to the suitablility of this software for any particular use. We cannot anticipate all uses to which people might try to put this. Any bugs, if reported , will be fixed as soon as possible.
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