My project have a Picture box control for loading pictures but it's worked fine my problem is...some vertical Jpg picture was shown Horizontally in windows explorer and also my picutre box control at that same that file was opened with vertically in editors like photoshop. but i need not picture rotate codes i want to Vertical picture was shown as vertically into my picture box control is't possible?
My project have a Picture box control for loading pictures but it's worked fine my problem is... some vertical Jpg picture was shown Horizontally in windows explorer and also my picutre box control at that same that file was opened with vertically in editors like photoshop. but i need not picture rotate codes i want to Vertical picture was shown as vertically into my picture box control is't possible,
Is there an easy way to rotate a picture box?I have a simple screen saver and the picture x,y location was easy enough but I'd like to rotate or flip the image once in a while also.I'd like to use a random number(s) along with it (already have those available).
I've plot a histogram in a picturebox called picHisto, but i'm having a problem in save it to jpeg or other format. When it saved, it appears to be a blank or white picture. The code below is the code i used for saving, thanks for the help.
Private Sub Button2_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Button2.Click Dim img As New Bitmap(picHisto.Width, picHisto.Height) Dim g As Graphics = Graphics.FromImage(img)
I need to save the contents of a picbox to a jpeg file.I suspect the error exists because I do not actually load an image, but draw lines on its using picbox1.addline(), but I do not know how to fix this.
I want to simulate a rotating wheel (animation 2D) in vb 2008. the purpose is that when I click a button, the wheel will start rotating.Can I use .jpg image for this and rotate it? or I just need to draw using graphics?
I am writing an application that I am going to roll out in a few days. But I would like to play a prank on a coworker so that when the app runs it rotates on his screen.I am not sure this is possible, but if you have any neat little tricks to annoy a co worker Id love to hear them. Especially since the app relies on button clicks.
Is it possible to rotate the whole form and all the controls on it at once. If not a form then a panel with all the controls on it. It sounds like a strange thing to need. I can't find mention of it anywhere. Lots of stuff on rotating a picturebox or text. Right now I'm wanting to know if its possible or not and maybe a push in the right direction. The reason I need this is for the following idea.
A large touch screen laying flat on a table with people all around it (say something similar to MS Surface). Each person would have their own form oriented in the proper direction for where they are sitting so they could read it.
I need to get a jpeg image from file system, feed it to DrawImage method for resizing and then save the result to a varbinary(MAX) field in a SQL Server table. How can I do the conversion from file system to image (from DrawImage method) to the varbinary(MAX)
How can we open PDF, Word file, Excel file, Jpeg file, Tif files within a VB.Net Application? I tried process.start command unfortunately it opens another Adobe Reader window to open the file. I want all these files to open within a VB.Net application.
I'm having a problem with displaying JPEG images in a RichTextBox. When I insert a JPEG image into a RTB it automatically gets converted to a wmetafile8 and displays correctly - however, if i insert a JPEG image into file via another method (currently using the web) it get saved as a jpegblip (as you would expect) but the RTB will not display it. Opening the rtf document in Word displays the image correctly.I have tried this with png and gif files also but none of the images will display unless they are wmetafiles. Is this a limitation with the RichTextBox or is there another reason?
I want to make a wallpaper changer because windows high compresses the the image so you see artifacts even if already use a jpeg or even a really high quality png or bmp.
I know what I need to do for all of it I just need to know how to save an image to a jpeg without it being compressed. I have tried using the encoderparamters and getcodecinfo aswell as setting the quality to 100 but I still get a really bad looking image in the end.
Is there a way where I can save an image to a jpeg without getting the crappy image quality like with visual basic?
how to save a jpeg image to the database. I am using fileopendialog to upload the image to the picturebox. This works fine but I now need to save this image back to the database. I am using an Oracle database (11g) and the image datatype is declared as a blob.
I have created a form that enables the user to add details about a bicycle, the functionality of it is fine. I have thought about allowing the user to write a jpeg image that relates to the ike being added and then at a later date when they want to search for this bike the image is also read to the same form as the details of the bike on the search form.[URL]..
I am trying to rotate a select number of bits to right with click of a button. ( bit 7 to bit 0 and rotate.) The patterns should not matter. It could be any combination of set or reset bits. The bit patterns are selected by checkbox0 to checkbox7. I like to rotate without a carry bit. Is there any way(s) to do this?
how to rotate an image inside a picture box. Saw many for VB6 etc, but when tried it in vb 2008 nothing worked and got lots of weird errors.My project is to read a compass (electronic) send to the PC then create a nice compass image to rotate accordingly. All the rest of my stuff works, GPS reading and parsing etc..But cannot for the life of me, get that image to rotate.