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Please check my above code. I have taken rgb values of a set of images to a 3 dimentional array. Is it possible to create the buffered images from this array? That is converting the rgb values to original images? Is it possible? Please help.
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posted 7 years ago
It's not possible directly, but not hard, either. Assuming that the images are of type TYPE_INT_RGB, then the steps are roughly like this: BufferedImage.getRaster() gets you a java.awt.image.WriteableRaster which has a number of setPixel and setPixels methods you can use for filling in the RGB values.
Integer values are made up of the red value in bits 16-23, the green value in bits 8-15 and the blue value in bits 0-7. So a call to setPixel would include something like: