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Leptonica-progs and Libavidemux0 a free video editor - shared libraries.

Leptonica-progs is a sample programs for Leptonica image processing library Well-tested C library for some basic image processing operations, along with a description of the functions and some design methods.

A full set of affine transformations (translation, shear, rotation, scaling) on images of all depths is included, with the exception that
some of the scaling methods do not work at all depths. There are also implementations of binary morphology, grayscale morphology, convolution and rank order filters, and applications such as jbig2 image processing and color quantization. You will also find basic utilities for the safe and efficient handling of arrays (of strings, numbers, number pairs and image-related geometrical objects), byte queues, generic stacks, generic lists, and endian-independentindexing into 32-bit arrays.

Latest version: 1.62-1.1ubuntu1
Ubuntu release: lucid (10.04)
Level: base
Repository: universe
Head package: leptonlib

Save this URL for direct access to the latest version of "leptonica-progs": http://www.ubuntuupdates.org/leptonica-progs

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Using the Create Leptonica prog Project AddIn.

Before you can use my “Create Leptonica prog Project AddIn” for Visual Studio 2008 you have to install it:

  1. Move vs2008\CreateLeptonicaProgProjects.AddIn and vs2008\CreateLPP.dll to your Visual Studio 2008 Addins folder (normally C:\My Documents\Visual Studio 2008\Addins\).

  2. Restart Visual Studio 2008.

To create a Visual Studio Project for a program in the leptonlib-1.65\prog\ directory:

  1. Select a file (or files) within the prog_files Solution Folder.

  2. Right-click the selected file(s), and choose Create Project for Leptonica Prog program from the context menu:

    "Create Project  for Leptonica Prog program" popup menu

    The following image shows the result:

    Newly created  project

    The popup context menu will only contain the Create Project for Leptonica Prog program choice for leptonlib.sln and only for items within the prog_files Solution Folder.

  3. Right-click your new project, and choose Set as Startup Project. This makes your new project the default project for building and debugging.

  4. If the program needs command line arguments, right-click the project and set Properties | Configuration Properties | Debugging | Command Arguments.

The easiest way to build all the prog\ programs is to open the prog_files\ByFilename folder. This contains all the prog programs, so just select them all and use the Addin to create Projects for them. When it’s done (it will take awhile), right-click the prog_projects Solution Folder and choose Build.



Libavidemux0 a free video editor - shared libraries.

Avidemux is a free video editor designed for simple cutting, filtering and encoding tasks. It supports many file types, including AVI, DVD compatible MPEG files, MP4 and ASF, using a variety of codecs.

Tasks can be automated using projects, job queue and powerful scripting capabilities.

This package contains the shared library files.

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