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Intro (From Locker)
BMP Edge Detector is an utility program that can be used to find the edge of any.BMP or.PNG image file. To do this, you will need to find the smallest amount of change in any of the color values, either red, green, or blue, on either side of each pixel in the image. The program will then apply a “pencil” function to the area of the image where that minimum is found.
To give you a feel for how this works, you should take an image of your own and play around with it for a while. Then, do it with BMP Edge Detector. I suggest the 36×24 photo I downloaded, which is here:
The photo has green hills on the left, and a gray sky on the right.
Use the paint program (or some other image editing program) to make a new image of the same size as the photo. Now, apply the pencil function to the same area of the image you used for the photo. The change must be significant to be detected. I’ve set it to the minimum of a 5% change in any of the colors.
The results are shown below.
If the change in the color is greater than the value you set, it means the image was beyond the pencil line, and the area is not detected.
If the change in the color is smaller than the value you set, the area is inside the pencil line. Therefore, the image is considered an edge and is detected.
When you get results like this, you can then consider the image has an edge. Now, you simply need to add the edges.
What is an Edge?
An edge is a line where two regions meet. If an image has more than one edge, it can be a regular or irregular line. You should look at the photo to see where you think the edges are.
How to detect the edge:
Find the minimum amount of color change in any of the color components in either direction of the pixels in the image. This tells you the area to use.
Now, look at the nearest pixel to the corner and see if its color is the same as the one on the right and below it. The fact that the right and below pixels are the same color means that the area
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3. Test Code
4. Test Results
BMP Edge Detector is a simple program designed to detect the edges of any BMP image.
BMP Edge Detector can be used to perform several tasks. It can be used to:
• Make a hard edge on any image.
• Make a light edge on any image.
• Extract the background image from a BMP image.
To develop BMP Edge Detector, you will need an 8088 or compatable 8086 CPU.
An assembly compiler is not required, but if you wish to use this program in Batch mode, a 386 or compatable 8086 assembly compiler is required.
The assembly code for BMP Edge Detector is provided in the code listing at the end of this document.
3. Test Code
To test the functions of BMP Edge Detector, test the program in any text editor.
The interface can be found here:
4. Test Results
BMP Edge Detector runs on DOS, Windows 95/98/NT/2000 and Linux, but not Windows ME. To test the interface, you will need to unzip it. Then save the program to a hard drive, not a floppy disk.
Test results are:
– run BMP Edge Detector
– load the program to DOS
– open a BMP file
– press a key to start
– press another key to stop
– a test result will be displayed on the screen
5. BMP Edge Detector Source Code
BMP Edge Detector is written in x86 assembly language and can be made as small as possible. However, for this tutorial, the code listing is not as small as it could be.
Since the program is very easy to understand, I included a dummy procedure at the end of the program to show how it works.
• BMP Edge Detector does not work in Windows ME.
• If the sample data doesn’t load, check the.TXT file for any silly mistakes, such as encoding errors.
• I have tested BMP Edge Detector on Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows
What’s New in the BMP Edge Detector?
BMP Edge Detector is a simple tool designed to detect the edge of any BMP image file.
BMPEdgeDetector.exe [inputfile.bmp] [outputfile.jpg]
-s|–size: Set the image dimension in pixels.
-i|–invert: Inverts the edge detection.
-x|–xmin: Set the minimum detected change in x values either side of a central pixel.
-x|–xmax: Set the maximum detected change in x values either side of a central pixel.
-y|–ymin: Set the minimum detected change in y values either side of a central pixel.
-y|–ymax: Set the maximum detected change in y values either side of a central pixel.
-h|–help: Display help information and exit.
You have to get the image dimensions into variables and set the range in which you want the change to be detected, or the procedure will say there are no edges to find.
This doesn’t take into account the minimum white space of a BMP file – it looks for lines of a definite colour, rather than lines of a definite colour and a line of a different colour.
You can use it on a true-colour BMP file, but it will give no results (because there are no edges to find).
The procedure will look for edges in a BMP, but not in a JPEG.
The procedure looks for edges in any of R, G and B components of a BMP.
The procedure won’t work if you try and set the values too low or too high.
I have a ProgProj/ProgBooks article on it, from a few years ago.
Note: I’ve left a “dummy” procedure at the end of this Text listing, so that people can see how the Edge Detector routine works.
Directions for Use:
It’s easy to use, but set the values so that it works on the desired image.
This is the procedure I use. It works fine on my BMPs, but you may have to experiment with the values to get the results you want. (And remember to invert the output image, too).
Arg – input file name.
Arg – output file name.
Arg – size of image in pixels.
Arg – range of minimum detectable change in pixels.
Arg – range of maximum detectable change in pixels.
Arg – range of minimum change in x values either side of a central pixel.
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