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    Default Image Reconstruction

    Hi there!
    Im looking forward to do program that will reconstruct my image as a JPEG image from a text file which stores pixel details of a image(a JPEG image).
    I tried doing it with "java.awt.image.BufferedImage" , but I cannot get exact image ,as that of my original.
    Which other classes can i use for exact image reconstruction?


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    Default Re: Image Reconstruction

    Refer this.

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    Default Re: Image Reconstruction

    image from a text file which stores pixel details of a image
    How was the text file created? Can you explain how the "text" characters in the file were created from the binary bytes in an image?

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    I actually stored the RGB values in decimal (ie 0-255 range) format and then used the same for reconstruction!
    but the results im getting, create a image whose pixels have a changed values.Also the change in these values is very minor(For eg 203 will be 206;also variation not being constant).

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    Default Re: Image Reconstruction

    Without specifics, there is no way to suggest how to fix your problem.
    Can you post the code that creates the text file and the code that reads the text file and trys to recreate the image.

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