Interpolating Bitmap Resampler 1.2

By Anders Melander

Freeware 16 May 1998

In category

Components > Graphics > Bitmap Images


The Interpolating Bitmap Resampler is a routine used to resize (zoom or shrink) an image smoothly without loss of image fidelity. Resampling is a common term used to describe the process of resizing an image by interpolating pixels in the new image from pixels in the original image. When an image is scaled up, it is said to be "super sampled" and when it is scaled down it is said to be "sub+sampled". There are several methods of interpolation which can be used to resample an image. This library implement the two most common methods, "nearest neighbour" and "bilinear" interpolation, as well as 5 other methods. New methods can easily be created and used with the library.


  • Status: Fully functional
  • Source: FW
  • Size: 16 510kB


  • Delphi 2
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