Image formats supported

Jan 13, 2015 at 10:15 PM
Hi,

I am developing an APP to connect a database info using Optical codes.

which image formats the ZXing.Net.0.14.0.0 library can support for decoding optical codes?
and in which formats can encode?

I was searching but I couldn´t find specific information about.
Coordinator
Jan 14, 2015 at 8:42 PM
If you speak about image file formats: ZXing.Net uses an image file format independent API.
Depending on the .Net platform (Windows Forms, WPF, Silverlight, Xamarin, ...) it
uses the class Bitmap, WriteableBitmap or BitmapSource.
It is your task to load a specific image file and put it into an instance of one
of the classes. The different sample apps of this project show some solutions.

If you speak about the RAW byte[] version of the API:
The enumeration RGBLuminanceSource.BitmapFormat defines all supported byte array
structures which can be uses with ZXing.Net.
Feb 3, 2015 at 5:39 PM
Thanks for your answer

Bruno Álvarez

Student from Hochschule Emden Leer / Benemerita Universidad de Puebla

2015-01-14 14:42 GMT-06:00 micjahn <[email removed]>:

From: micjahn

If you speak about image file formats: ZXing.Net uses an image file format independent API.
Depending on the .Net platform (Windows Forms, WPF, Silverlight, Xamarin, ...) it
uses the class Bitmap, WriteableBitmap or BitmapSource.
It is your task to load a specific image file and put it into an instance of one
of the classes. The different sample apps of this project show some solutions.

If you speak about the RAW byte[] version of the API:
The enumeration RGBLuminanceSource.BitmapFormat defines all supported byte array
structures which can be uses with ZXing.Net.

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