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Thread: blending in java2d

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    Question blending in java2d

    does anybody know how to do subtractive blending in java2d? i need to take an image and subtract each color component on each corresponding pixel on another image from it. i need to do this very quickly.

    Thanks in advance!


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    Default Re: blending in java2d

    subtract each color component
    If you get a x,y grid of pixels for each image, you could do your computation and then replace the pixel in the target image with the new value.

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