Version 6.0 adds library for 64-bit Windows, including a new interface for .NET languages.
Victor Image Processing Library gives your programs powerful image processing, color reduction, display, TWAIN scanning, printing, file handling, and converting capabilities. Victor Image Processing Library gives your applications the ability to handle a wide variety of image file formats including BMP, JPG, GIF, PCX, PNG, TGA, and TIFF. Use the Victor Image Processing Library to crop, mirror, flip, resize, and rotate to any angle. Extensive image processing is also included such as brightness, contrast, sharpness, embossing, posterization, and watercolor painting. Capture Images via TWAIN devices and even print them when finished. With Victor Image Processing Library you can create desktop or online ASP.NET. Compatible with Visual Basic, VB.NET, C/C++, C#, Java and many more DLL compatible environments.
The Victor Image Processing Library is now available for 64-bit Windows. This version is functionally identical to the 32-bit Victor Library. The real change is that in the 64-bit operating systems all pointers and buffer addresses are 64-bit numbers. The result is that C/C++ function calls remain the same, but a new interface was created for dot net languages. The 64-bit Windows edition also allows you to work with larger images, it can handle images of any dimension up to 2 GB in total memory required.
You can now purchase Victor Image Processing Library for 32-bit Windows, 64-bit Windows or both. Upgrades are available from the 32-bit to the 64-bit edition.
Catenary Systems first introduced the Victor Image Processing Library as a commercial product in 1990 as a library for dos programmers. Victor has evolved into the easy-to-use image toolkit it is today. With their expertise in developing small, fast code in C and assembler the company is dedicated to supporting and enhancing the library. Catenary Systems provides free technical support and offers custom software development to help developers achieve their goals and finish their projects.
Published in Development Tool News & Software Component News, August 12, 2011