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Date Posted: 09:20:01 09/18/00 Mon
Author: Todd Cary
Subject: Re: Inserting a watermark
In reply to: Michel 's message, "Re: Inserting a watermark" on 07:43:07 09/18/00 Mon

My mission is to take JPEG images from a Fuji CD and copy them to files on my hard drive after inserting a watermark. These images will then be referenced by my Web application.

I am unclear about using Envision in a way where there is not a visible image (canvas). Sorry for such a basic question, but Envision has been so easy to use for displaying images in other application that I have not had to "learn" the intricacies.

> Hi Todd,
> You can use the Canvas property of your destination
> image to copy another image to it.
> For example,
> var
> Dest : TJpegGraphic;
> Mark : TJpegGraphic;
> begin
> ...
> load your images
> Dest.Canvas.Draw( X, Y, Mark );
> end;
> > With the Envision component, is there a way to
> combine
> > two JPEG iamges? Iwant to insert a watermark into a
> > picture so it cannot be copied.
> >
> > Thank you for your assistance..........
> >
> > Todd

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