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Add regions to bitmap

Postby Dirk Huber » Tue, 23 Dec 2003 18:19:12 GMT

Hi,

i am looking for the possibility to increase size of an 
bitmap by adding white regions e.g. on top and bottom.

(I load an image having 400x300 Px from file and want to 
add white stripes to change size to 400x400 Px.)

Thank you!

Dirk

Re: Add regions to bitmap

Postby Mike D Sutton @ Work » Tue, 23 Dec 2003 23:17:37 GMT

> i am looking for the possibility to increase size of an

To perform the changes graphically you'd create a new DIBSection at the size of your final image, fill it with white then blit the
original image (Presumably also in a DIBSection) over to it then write it back out to disk.  If you're unfamiliar with the API calls
involved then take a look on the MSDN or Google for example code dealing with CreateDIBSection(), FillRect() and BitBlt() - Should
be about all you need.
Hope this helps,

    Mike


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