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hey I want to change image bit-depths(always to lower them) to as low as 2 bit, but also 4, 8 and 12 bits. I think my computer wouldn't be able to handle a 16 bit image... Are there any ways to reduce the amount of data (like read in the data as greyscale instead of buffering and then changing) being read in . I guess I could tell it to read in only every fourth pixel or something.. I dunno. Anyways, I need to know how to change the bit depths. I'm using java1.4 and the latest JAI package, so all the ImageIO stuff for encoding and decoding. BufferedImage's int values don't cut it(dont' go as far as 2 bit) and simply thresholding the image doesn't either because my aim is to reduce the amount of data being sent to the client and this would probably result in a high bit image with 2 colors used Thanks, Brendan
I’ve looked at a lot of different solutions, and in my humble opinion Aspose is the way to go. Here’s the link: http://aspose.com