Fill a new image buffer with the new colour, then use TransparentBlt() toQuote:> I would like to mask a specific color in a picture ( i need to replace a
> kind of blue with white)
> What's the easiest way?
- Microsoft Visual Basic MVP -
> Fill a new image buffer with the new colour, then use TransparentBlt() to
> draw the original over that excluding the colour you wish to convert.
> Unfortunately TransparentBlt() is known to have a memory leak though, so
> you want to use it recursively or you just don't want your application to
> leak at all then e-mail me and I'll send you over my ChromaBlt library as
> Alternatively, if your image uses a palette then you can simply replace a
> palette entry instead.
> Hope this helps,
> - Microsoft Visual Basic MVP -
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I have a box full of high quality 4X5 color negatives. Can I (and then how
do I ) remove the orange color mask in order to print the pictures?