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SetSubImage

  

insert a subimage into a main image

 

Calling Sequence

Parameters

Options

Description

Examples

Calling Sequence

SetSubImage( img, sub, row, col, opts )

Parameters

img

-

Image; main image

sub

-

Image; subimage to insert

row

-

integer; initial row of img where sub is inserted

col

-

integer; initial column of img where sub is inserted

opts

-

(optional) equation(s) of the form option = value; specify options for the SetSubImage command

Options

• 

inplace = truefalse

  

Specifies whether the operation is performed in-place. This can be used to avoid allocating memory. The default is false.

• 

output = Image

  

Specifies a data structure into which the output is written. This can be used to avoid allocating memory. The size and number of layers must match that of the input. The dimensions of the output image are adjusted so that the row and column indices match the input. The default is NULL.

Description

• 

The SetSubImage command inserts a subimage into a main image.

• 

The img and sub parameters are the main and subimages, respectively.  They must have the same number of layers and the same order.

• 

The optional row and col parameters specify the coordinates in img where the upper left corner of sub is inserted. Their default values are the upper left coordinates of sub (not img).  This simplifies cutting a subimage from one image and inserting it into the same position in another.

Examples

withImageTools:

imgCheckerboard16:

subGetSubImageimg,8,8,33,33:

SetSubImageimg,Complementsub,inplace:

Embedimg

See Also

ImageTools

ImageTools[GetSubImage]

ImageTools[SetLayer]

ImageTools[View]

 


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