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image editing jars

 
nikki mateti
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Hi,

In my web application I have to add functionality to allow a user to
upload images, display them and adjust the brightness. I am using Websphere 6.0 (jdk 1.4). Could
someone tell me if there are any jars that I can use for adjusting the brightness of images.
The previous application ( I am rewriting an application) used JAI
(Java Advanced Imaging). Is that the best option available?
The user can upload large images and I am concerned about memory utilization.
I am extremely new to Image editing.
 
Ulf Dittmer
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I'm not sure if JAI is the best possible way to do it, but if you have working code that uses it, and have no complaints about it, why change?

Personally, I'm a fan of ImageJ for image processing tasks, but that's because I've been using it for a long time, and thus never got into JAI.
 
Shoumin Li
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I think java.awt.Image can do this ,you just need write a simple code.
But if you still want find a good image editing jars.
You can check here
http://rivit.cs.byu.edu/jigl/
[ July 14, 2007: Message edited by: Shoumin Li ]
 
nikki mateti
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Hi,

We have been getting outofmemory exceptions using JAI in the previous application. I'm basically looking for an alternative which is more memory efficient.
 
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