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A question about BufferedImage class.

Yanxin Zhao
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Joined: May 05, 2004
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Hello everyone,
How to convert BufferedImage into a format that I can send the BufferedImage pic to the server side from client said ?
Gregg Bolinger
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Depends on how you want to send it. Why can't you send the BufferedImage object? Can you give some more details?

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Yanxin Zhao
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I am sorry about what I said was not detail enough.
In fact, I just cut a picture from camera. I wanted to used it in another place, so the pic have to across the network to another computer.
Of course, I also want to send the BufferedImage to the server side. But you know, BufferedImage is not the class that implemented the So BufferedImage can not across the network. Maybe some class can convert it into a instance of a Output class so that I can send it by byte[]. but I do not know how?
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