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Draw the rotation of an jpeg

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I want to draw and rotate a jpegimage at the same time!

I've seen a program that draws the image from left to right, how can i do that?

What i want is to draw the image at the same time that it is beeing rotated, instead of rotate first then paint it, Can this be done?
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by:Ivanov_G
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In order to display TJpegImage, you will have to assign it to TBitmap. If you want to rotate a TBitmap, there are a lot of sources on the web...

but I don't get what you mean by "draw and rotate a jpegimage at the same time"...
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by:Ferruccio Accalai
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--> I've seen a program that draws the image from left to right, how can i do that
I guess you mean to have some drawing effects...
If so you should work with opengl....
Take a look here for a complete OPENGL tutorial and source code http://www.sulaco.co.za/
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Evarest earned 250 total points
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Maybe you'd be interested in the Graphics32 components. With the package comes an example in the demo section of how to rotate a layer (image) and show it during the rotation.

That compiled example you may download from my serverspace:
www.esat.kuleuven.ac.be/~eschoofs/ExEx/Rotate_Ex.exe

This way you can see for yourself whether it's what you want or not...

The Graphics32 package can be downloaded from
http://graphics32.org/wiki/
or directly from
http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/graphics32/graphics32_1-6.zip?download

When you want to do more with Bitmaps/JPEG then just show it, then I recommend taking a look at these components...

Kind regards,
Evarest
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by:Lindholm_filip
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Thank you all for replyes!

The graphics32 looks real good.

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by:Evarest
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Well... Sometimes it's better not to go into creating a whole new component when it's out there allready :-) That's the whole concept of OO programming...

Cheers!
Evarest
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