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Hi
 here is some code i need better way for this

Image img=Toolkit.getImage(file);
Image scaledIMg=img.getScaledInstance(100,100,this);

like that i am loading few images which are very big so this is taking some time to load is there a betterway to do this. without using 3rd party tools

thanks
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Question by:skgaju
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Sorry I don't think you can avoid loading the whole image to scale it.
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by:lawrie
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This should do exactly what you want

image = createImage(new FilteredImageSource(
image.getSource(), new CropImageFilter(x, y, w, h)));

where x, y, w, h defines the region you want

Hope this helps
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That still requires the entire image to be loaded into memory.
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