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KhunJeanConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Derek,

Remeber i did this a long time ago. Not using C#.
I just checked the filesize.

But something like this can do the trick. If you already have a bitmap in memory.

The original bitmap stored in MyBitmap. Compress it with:

MyBitmap.Save(MemStream, System.Drawing.Imaging.ImageFormat.Png)

and check for its size with

MemStream.Length.

If it is under a certain size you have your seperator bitmap.

I scanned pictures. Complete blank CLEAN pictures had an avarage size of 1.5 Kb.
Pictures with some smudges had about 8-10Kb.
Because all the other pictures had a size bigger than 100Kb it was an easy test.


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