ImageKit

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ImageKit is a GPU based image processing, graphics rendering and animation framework for Delphi developers. ImageKit hides the details of low-level graphics processing by providing an easy-to-use application programming interface.

ImageKit provides more than 20 built-in filters. You set up filters by supplying key-value pairs for a filter’s input parameters. The output of one filter can be the input of another, making it possible to chain numerous filters together to create amazing effects.

With ImageKit, most of the work required to draw each frame of an animation is done for you.

ImageKit is not a drawing system itself. It is an infrastructure for compositing and manipulating your app’s content in hardware. At the heart of this infrastructure are layer objects, which you use to manage and manipulate your content. A layer captures your content into a bitmap that can be manipulated easily by the graphics hardware.



Summary: ImageKit, graphics processing, image processing, Delphi

Concepts: Computer graphics, Application programming interface, 3D computer graphics, OpenGL, Visual effects, Interface, 2D computer graphics, Pixar

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  • /technology and computing/software/graphics software
  • /art and entertainment/visual art and design/drawing
  • /technology and computing/hardware



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