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Date Posted: 06:18:18 11/19/01 Mon
Author: Michel
Subject: Re: TResizeTransform resizing
In reply to: David Ayton 's message, "Re: TResizeTransform resizing" on 04:13:08 11/15/01 Thu

Hi David,

Without interpolation, they should be equivalent in the sense that the resizing will be done by windows. The TResizeTransform uses StretchDiBits when not using interpolation, so it may or may not be exactly the same as using StetchDraw.

Best regards,

>Well, here's a couple of questions.
>First, is there anything in the implmentation of the
>TResizeTransform, without interpolation turned on,
>that would make it a better or worse choice than doing
>a StretchDraw of an ordinary bitmap? Or will they be
>more or less equivalent?
>It seems to me that if I did do an interpolated
>reduction and then sharpened the result then I
>wouldn't risk losing data due to the discarding of a
>line of pixels (I'm thinking of maybe losing the
>crossbar of a 'T' for example).

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