See the Storage Guide for simple storage samples.
This is a command line application that displays information obtained from a file using the IM I/O functions, basically imFile functions. It depends only on the IM main library.
Here is an output sample:
IM Info File Name: exif_test.tif File Size: 9.00 Mb Format: TIFF - Tagged Image File Format Compression: NONE Image Count: 1 Image #0 Width: 2048 Height: 1536 Color Space: RGB Has Alpha: No Is Packed: Yes Is Top Down: Yes Data Type: byte Data Size: 9.00 Mb Attributes: YResolution: 72.00 XResolution: 72.00 DateTime: 2004:01:14 11:30:11 Make: SONY ResolutionUnit: DPI Model: CD MAVICA Photometric: 2
You can view the source code here: im_info.cpp
This is a command line application that copies all the information from one file to another using the IM I/O functions. It depends only on the IM main library. It is usefull for testing the drivers.
You can view the source code here: im_copy.cpp
In Windows if you have a bitmap stored in a resource file, like this:
bitmap_test BITMAP bitmap_test.bmp
The you could retreive it using the following code:
#include <windows.h> #include <im.h> #include <im_dib.h> HBITMAP hBmp = LoadBitmap(hInstance, "bitmap_test"); imDib* dib = imDibFromHBitmap(hBmp, NULL); imImage* image imDibToImage(dib); imDibDestroy(dib);