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Add Photo Filters via Java Plugin

Streamline the application of effects such as blur, exposure adjustment, sharpness enhancement, embossing, grayscale conversion, and more.

Java Image Effect Creator Plugin

Effortlessly enhance your images with the Java Plugin for Photo Filters. This tool simplifies the application of various effects such as blur, exposure adjustment, sharpness enhancement, embossing, grayscale conversion, and more. Achieve high-quality results with ease.

How to Create Image Effects via Java?

  • Reference Aspose.Imaging in your project
  • Set your license keys
  • Load the image with an instance of Image class
  • Create an instance of Rectangle to define filter area
  • Call Image.Filter method to set the desired filter
  • Call Image.Save method to save or export the result

Java Image Effect Creator Prerequisites

Get the respective files from the downloads or fetch the package from Maven to add Aspose.Imaging directly in your workspace.

  • Java Runtime Environment 6 or higher
  • Maven
  • Development environment like Eclipse IDE


Frequently Asked Questions

What are the available filter types in the plugin?

The plugin offers various filter types, including SmallRectangular, BigRectangular, Sharpen, MotionWiener, BilateralSmoothing, GaussBlur, GaussWiener, and Median.

How do Rectangle filters work in photo editing?

Rectangle filters create the effect of placing a special glass before a camera, providing different filtered views of the picture.

How can I apply a Rectangle filter to a photo using the plugin?

Simply set the rectangle dimensions and apply them to your image using the Filter method. Use a Rectangle object and select the desired filter type as options.

Can I apply filters to a vector image directly?

No, for vector images, you need to rasterize them before applying filters. The plugin supports filtering for rasterized images.

Are there specific steps for applying Rectangle filters to images?

Yes, set the rectangle dimensions, then apply them to your image using the Filter method. Choose a Rectangle object and specify the filter type options for the desired effect.

  

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