michael.thaler at ph.tum.de
Fri Jul 1 00:01:19 CEST 2005
On Thursday 30 June 2005 23:35, Casper Boemann wrote:
> Also my code handles selections on the fly. Clears the original and places
> the transformed image back. Your code would never be able to do that unless
> it too had to copy the images to a temporary paintdevice, and I have a
> strong feeling that this is where I'm loosing time.
OK, that definitely is an advantage. I just checked the GIMP. It scales the
selection, too. If I understand correctly, a selection is just another layer,
isn't it? So in prinicple I could just rescale the selection like I rescale
By the way, the GIMP is quite a bit faster scaling images, I think.
> Well If I shifted by a whole pixel I could, but I don't, so I can't. The
> weights work on subpixel precision.
Maybe I don't understand, but I think you also can precalculate the weights if
you do not shift by a whole pixels. You just need to calculate the weight for
one pixel because you shift each pixel in a line by the same amount.
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