[VS 2008] Get The Pixel Color Of An Hwnd Using GetDIBits And Print The Result As A RGB Value?
Apr 3, 2009
Does anyone have any code snippet on how to get the pixel color of an hwnd using GetDIBits and print the result as a RGB value? I used copyfromscreen method and getpixel but it cannot processes it in 1ms timer interval.
how I could search a given bitmap, say "test.bmp" or a printscreen, for two pixels that are next to each other and that have specified color values? The colors are: &H486596 and &H213D66. I then want to return the pixel positions in the image at which they are first located adjacent to one another. I'm only after the first instance of the occurrence. I wish to use GetDIBits as I hear that it's quicker. So I want to find the first instance where the color value for pixel (x,y) = &H486596 and (x+1, y) = &H213D66.
I would like to load a GIF file, and start with the first pixel and check to see if that pixel color is closer to Black, Red, Green or Yellow, then take what ever color it closest matched to and output that color as a number, 0, 1, 2 or 3. So just for a small example a 5x4 GIF would be converted to something like this: 0112223322220111332?
I have a JPEG picture from my digital camera and I want to find the color of a given pixel, say x=10, y=10. How would I go about doing that? I have searched around on the form but nothing is working. I have loaded the picture into a picture box but dont know where to go from there. Also is it possable for it to give me a number corrosponding to each color instead of 3 numbers, one for red, one for green, and one for blue. I am eventually going to be using this to scan through many
How can I find out the pixel colour of a certain point on a web browser. For instance,WebBrowser1.getPixelColor(0,0) would get the rgb colour value of pixel 0, 0.It doesn't have to be rgb it might be hsl or whatever.The web browser is showing a local web page that is hosted on a network. If there is an error then the screen goes all grey. What I want to do is, if this does happen, display an alert message like - "An error has occurred
I want to make a small application for my web designing needs that will display the color of the current pixel under the mouse pointer. I need this to work on the entire screen (no matter what form/application is in focus) and it needs to update in real time.
I'm not worried about the math or working with coordinates, but I don't know (and can't find) anything that might get the color of the pixel under the cursor on any form. I've found a small number of VB6 examples, but I'm with .NET 2008. Does anyone know of a method or anything (DLL even >.<)
In either of these (preferably Vb6), is it possible to replace a specific pixel color with a defined color? For example, if i scan my screen for 100,200,150, is there a way i can replace every instance of that with a specific color?
I have drawn a grid in vb2008 so that each rectangle represents a 15 min period of a day. Time slots are shown by filling in the grid in different colours using the draw rectangle method. No problem so far. Now I want to discover the colour of any given part of the grid to prevent an overdraw.
I am creating a custom tooltip label. My problem is auto resizing it (particularly height).The thing to note here is that the label i am using is an infragistics label, and i can have different fonts and formatting inside the label which means i cant just measure the text height based on the font because the label will contain multiple fonts.The only thing i can come up with is to make the label the height of the screen, and then perform a loop which scans the colour of each row of pixels starting from the bottom, decreasing the label height each time until it finds some pixels which <> the backcolor of the label (which would indicate that there is some text there).This is the only reliable way i can think of to make this happen, but im having trouble finding out just how exactly to get the color of the pixel at the given point.I did find one method of getting the pixel color, but the problem was that it when i requested it in the form_load it didnt return the right color because the screen wasn't painted (i guess).
I've recently been working on some VB.NET programs, grab the value of the color of a pixel on my screen(Out of my WIN32 Application).
I need this so I can make a little bot that automatically pushes buttons for a online game called "JamLegends"(http:jamlegends.com). Its kind of like Rock Band, and if I can grab the color, then I can simply used 'sendkeys' to press buttons to make the bot work.
Edit: This is for a project in school. We need to make something that will make a program that will make something easier to work with or use(In my case, JamLegends). I have nothing to work with, I've researched a bit but I found nothing that can grab pixel color values.
What I want to do is get the color of a position on the screen. I'd rather not capture the whole screen if I don't have to, just one pixel's color. I was trying to use GetPixel(ByVal hDC As IntPtr, ByVal x As Integer, ByVal y As Integer) As Integer, but I can't figure out how to get the handle to the screen.
Is here quick way to find pixel color = 0 in rectangle (0,0,10,10)?For example auto it has PixelSearch ( left, top, right, bottom, color [, shade-variation [, step [, hwnd]]] )Is here quick way to find pixel color = 0 in rectangle (0,0,10,10)?
i know there are 1000000 posts about getpixel but i cant find what i need. i am able to get the color of a pixel at the cursors position without a problem. I need to be able to compare that color to the color of a pixel on screen at x,y without moving the cursor. how can i go about this?
This is my first Visual Basic application. I mainly do console applications in C++ and since working with pixels seems to be difficult in C++ I preferred to use VB 2005 for that. What I need to do is to read and save the colors of the pixels of a picturebox located on a form into an array. I then will manipulate the color values and create a new picture. I wonder if somebody could show me how to do that without asking me what my code is. I've struggled the whole day and so far I've realized that to draw a pixel you should draw an ellipsoid like:e.Graphics.DrawEllipse(Pens.Red, 70, 70, 1, 1)in the picturebox_paint procedure.What I need to learn is how to read the color values, and how to initiate creating the new picture by pressing a button (because I don't want the part for drawing a pixel be in the picture_box procedure.)
I've set up a transparent user control (used for drawing tools) over a page, and I'm trying to set up some code that will allow you to click through the control if the pixel underneath the pointer is transparent, but will NOT let you click through if the pixel is colored. Basically, if they've drawn a line there, I don't want them clicking through it.