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How to do Photoshop auto levels and auto color?

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I need some source code or a component that will allow me to run the Photoshop "auto levels" and/or "auto color" adjustments on a bitmap.
If you're not familiar with these commands in Photoshop, they take an image that has bad lighting/colors and does a best attempt at modifying the image to the correct colors.
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You could try http://www.torry.net/graphics_eff.htm for starters. While you may not be able to find an "auto" balance, you can provide sliders to allow the user to select the desired effects.

Geoff M.
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if you have Photoshop, and plan to just use Delphi to interface with your Photoshop, check out this automation page http://www.djpate.freeserve.co.uk/AutoPShp.htm
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I already have components for changing the histogram and contrast and all that. But I want the program to do it automatically.

As far as the photoshop automation, that would be great if I could work with a TBitmap, but with that code I'd have to save it to a file, then run actions in Photoshop, then load the file back up again. Plus the customer will have to have photoshop installed. This may be a quick fix in the future if I can't figure it out.

I bought a component called ImageEn a long time ago for a bunch of work, it has some of this functionality, I'm going to continue tweaking with that to see if I can get it to do as I wish.
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