Problems with Image Magick [Unable to Quantisize Image]

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    Problems with Image Magick [Unable to Quantizate Image]

    Hi folks I know this is not the best place to ask, Ive already asked in the mailling list and imagemagicks board, but maybe someone here had this very same problem, i'm trying to implement a simple posterization function, but I get strange values for the pixel vales and the image (it is supposed to work only with grayscale ) is outputed unchanged I have no idea about what do to anymore. But I will post the code, maybe someone have an idea:
    Code:
    int quantizateImage( Picture* input, Picture* output, int quantfactor )
    {
    
      long x, y;
    
    
      const PixelPacket *p;
    
      PixelPacket* q;
    
      PixelPacket white = {MaxRGB, MaxRGB, MaxRGB, OpaqueOpacity};
    
      output->data =  CloneImageInfo( input->data );
      output->exception = &(input->image)->exception;
      output->image = CloneImage( input->image,0,0,MagickTrue, output->exception );
      if (output->image  == (Image *) NULL)
        { return 0; } //@TODO: Provide a better exception handler
      
        q = GetImagePixels( output->image,0,y,(output->image)->columns,1 );
        if ((p == ( const PixelPacket* ) NULL) || (q == ( PixelPacket * ) NULL))
          return 0;
        int temp = MaxRGB/2;
        for (x=0; x < (long) (input->image)->columns; x++)
        {
         
          q->red = q->red/temp;
          q->red = q->red*temp;
          q->green = q->green/temp;
          q->green = q->green*temp;
          q->blue = q->blue/temp;
          q->green = q->green*temp;
    
          q++;
        }
        if (SyncImagePixels( output->image ) == MagickFalse)
          return 0;
    
      if (y < (long) (input->image)->rows)
        { return 0; } //@TODO: provide a better exception handler
    
    
    }
    A guy mentioned I could be overflowing float representation so Iv re implemented the for as
    Code:
    for (x=0; x < (long) (input->image)->columns; x++)
        {
         
          q->red = floorf(q->red/quantfactor);
          q->red = q->red*quantfactor;
          q->green = floorf(q->green/quantfactor);
          q->green = q->green*quantfactor;
          q->blue = floorf(q->blue/quantfactor);
          q->blue = q->green*quantfactor;
    
          q++;
        }
    but I still have the same output =/
    Oh Ive forgotten to provide the definition of Picture :P
    Here it goes:
    Code:
    typedef struct Picture Picture;
    struct Picture{
       Image* image;
       ImageInfo* data;
       MagickWand* wand;
       PixelPacket* pixels;
       PixelIterator* image_iterator;
       StringInfo* profile;
       ExceptionInfo* exception;
       Image* canvas;
    };
    Thanks in advance
    Last edited by Maragato; 09-18-2006 at 09:45 PM. Reason: typo

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    This is just a guess. It looks like you need to move the PixelPacket buffer (which you called q) to the Picture buffer (which you called output). It appears you did the transformation to q, but never moved it to the output buffer.

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