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Date Posted: 21:40:03 05/28/03 Wed
Author: Michel
Subject: Re: Envision and BCB5
In reply to: Niels Munk 's message, "Envision and BCB5" on 09:27:09 05/28/03 Wed

Hi Niels,

Yes, you can use Envision do to this in BCB5.

Just some advice, out of the box, BCB can do this without any third party library. BCB has both the TBitmap, and TJpegImage classes and you can assign from one to the other.

If you search on groups.google.com you will definitely find some examples as this is a common question.

Best regard,


>Just a few simple questions (sorry I have not gone
>througt the whole FAQ list...),
>(1) First can I use the Envision with BCB5 Pro ?
>(2) Basically what I need is saving BMP to JPEG files,
>and loading JPG files to BMP, I guess Envision will
>do that easily for me?

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