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Thread: Changing colors of large image in real time

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    Default Changing colors of large image in real time

    Hi,

    I am trying to get an image raw data in an int[] array using getRGB() in order to change the color of the image.
    But it is working fine in simulator for any image. if i install it in real device say Nokia 6600 the getRGB() method is not

    working for large .png image like size (88X57) because the device gets hang while we are using large image but it is working

    fine for small image.

    Pls give me some idea how to use getRGB() for large image.

    Following is the sample code

    int imageWidth = img.getWidth();  
    int imageHeight = img.getHeight();
     
    int[] raw = new int[imageWidth*imageHeight];
    img.getRGB(raw, 0, imageWidth, 0, 0, imageWidth, imageHeight);



    Thanks in advance


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    Default Re: Changing colors of an image in real time

    I'm guessing this is happening because the phones memory can't handle images of this size?

    This is just a guess though as I have no real experience with Mobile applications.

    Is it possible to compress your image to .jpg?
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