Android :: Color Class Can Be Used To Extract Rgb Values From A Pixel - 32 Bit Int

May 22, 2009

Before I submit this I just wanted to check it's not a java nuiance.

The Color class can be used to extract rgb values from a pixel (32 bit int).

I implemented a lookup table filter and used a byte to store each individual r g & b value to save a bit of space.

Long story short;

CODE:...........

137 is the magic number causing the error in my case, there may be more.

Android :: Color class can be used to extract rgb values from a pixel - 32 bit int


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