help in image processing
am new her, and its good to have this place to talk about C/C++ programming.
as i am woring on Image processing and also am new in C++ world i have few Qs:
my first Q is how can i read an image ??
secound Q is how to desing filters ? and how to deal with them !!
is there any website that can help me in image processing with C or C++
Learn the basics of C or C++ which ever you choose before you even consider doing image manipulation with it. Right now, people could refer you to some libraries which would allow you to do this, but I garrentee you that it will just confuse and frustrate you. Learn C or C++ then learn a GUI API then you can come back to this project.
>> secound Q is how to desing filters ? and how to deal with them !!
That is a vauge question.
>> my first Q is how can i read an image ??
>> is there any website that can help me in image processing with C or C++
This is one in HUNDEREDS of win32 tutorials.
Wraithan is right. This is an advanced topic.
FYI - There is no graphics, color, sound, mouse, or networking in ANSI/ISO Standard C++. But, there's still a lot to learn. You could spend two semesters studying Standard C++ in college! (You don't need to know everything about Standard C++ before you start your graphics project. I'm just trying to give you some perspective.)
If you are programing for Windows, the WinAPI can easily display bitmaps. Compressed images have to be decoded and encoded. Your compiler may have a library for some image formats, but others may require a 3rd party library.
1. Learn Standard C++ (hard)
2. Learn GUI programming (hard)
3. Learn how to open & display a bitmap (easy after 1 & 2)
4. Learn how to decode & encode compressed formats (a bit harder than 3)
5. Learn about image processing (hard)
There is an open source image manipulation program called GIMP. You might find that interesting, because you can study the code.