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active  Topic # 1671  Rotating bitmaps

01/01/2011 @ 18:23
by Joe

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Hi, I was wondering if anyone knows how to rotate a  tBmp image in iziBASIC.Unfortunately I'm not very good at math so I haven't figured it out yet.Any reply would be appreciated
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23/01/2011 @ 22:32
by aldweb

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Hello Joe.

 

iziBasic does not include a sprites engine, so it will be quite hard to rotate your image easily.

Basically, I see 2 ways:

1) Include your images and their possible rotations (made with some Paint program) in a resource file, display them accordingly to your needs

2) Capture all of the displayed picture's pixels, do the math calculation for the rotation, then display the new pixels. This will be very slow... Not worth trying for some real time experience!

 

Cheers,

aldweb

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24/01/2011 @ 16:25
by Joe

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Hey Aldweb,

  Thanks for the answer I think I might try method 1.were did everone else go....

Thanks again

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24/01/2011 @ 23:43
by aldweb

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Hello Joe,

 

A good sample source code for moving around some images is the NekoCat sample application. The cat is not rotated, its successive images are just like a cartoon. The same principle of successives images but not moving for your rotation work will do the trick I guess.

 

Cheers,

aldweb

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