Memory Management in JPEG to BMP conversion using Intel IJL Library

Iam using Intel IPP library for converting a JPEG to BMP. This function is in a VC++ dll and it is called from C#.  Iam passing a chunk of memory for this conversion to the unmanaged code.   Each time the JpegToBitmap function is called, the page file/memory usage keeps on increasing and crashes the application. How do i take care of this.

The call to the function looks like this.
C# Code
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[System.Runtime.InteropServices.DllImport("**.dll")]
public unsafe static extern bool JpegToBitmap(
                                    byte *ipJpegPtr,
                  UInt32 ipJpegBufferSize,
                  byte *ipBitmapPtr,
                  int       *ipPtrBmpSize,
                  int destWidth,
                  int destHeight);

.....
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byte[] bmpBytes = new byte[1024 * 1024*5];
GCHandle gcbmpBytes  = GCHandle.Alloc(bmpBytes, GCHandleType.Pinned);
byte *bmpPtr = (byte *)gcbmpBytes.AddrOfPinnedObject().ToPointer();
int *ptrBmpSize = &bmpSize;
JpegToBitmap(jpegPtr, (uint)localImageBytes.Length, bmpPtr, ptrBmpSize, this.Width, this.Height);
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The VC++ function which does the conversion
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bool JpegToBitmap(
                                                                  BYTE *ipJpegPtr,
                                    DWORD ipJpegBufferSize,
                          BYTE *ipBitmapPtr,
                          int *ipPtrBmpSize,
                          int ipDestWidth,
                          int ipDestHeight) {

      
      int scaleFactor;


      IJLERR                              jerr;
      JPEG_CORE_PROPERTIES      jcprops;
      DWORD                              dwWholeImageSize;
      DWORD                              dib_line_width;
      DWORD                              dib_pad_bytes;

      IJLIOTYPE readMode;

      if(IJL_OK == (jerr = ijlInit(&jcprops))) {

            jcprops.JPGFile      = NULL;
            jcprops.JPGBytes     = ipJpegPtr;
            jcprops.JPGSizeBytes = ipJpegBufferSize;


            if(IJL_OK == (jerr = ijlRead(&jcprops, IJL_JBUFF_READPARAMS)))
            {
                  switch(jcprops.JPGChannels) {
                        case 1:
                        {
                              jcprops.JPGColor = IJL_G;
                              jcprops.DIBColor = IJL_RGB;
                              jcprops.DIBChannels = 3;
                              break;
                        } // case 1

                        case 3:
                        {
                              jcprops.JPGColor = IJL_YCBCR;
                              jcprops.DIBColor = IJL_RGB;
                              jcprops.DIBChannels = 3;
                              break;
                        } // case 3

                        default:
                        {
                              // This catches everything else, but no
                              // color twist will be performed by the IJL.
                              jcprops.JPGColor = IJL_OTHER;
                              jcprops.DIBColor = IJL_OTHER;
                              jcprops.DIBChannels = jcprops.JPGChannels;
                              break;
                        } // default
                  } // switch

                  readMode = IJL_JBUFF_READWHOLEIMAGE;
                  
            
                  scaleFactor = 1;

                  // Compute DIB padding
                  dib_line_width = jcprops.JPGWidth * 3;
                  dib_pad_bytes = IJL_DIB_PAD_BYTES(jcprops.JPGWidth /* / scaleFactor*/, 3);
                  dwWholeImageSize = ( dib_line_width + dib_pad_bytes ) * jcprops.JPGHeight /* / scaleFactor*/;

                  // Allocate memory to hold the decompressed image data.
                  if(1) {
                        // Set up the info on the desired DIB properties.
                        jcprops.DIBWidth = jcprops.JPGWidth /* / scaleFactor*/;
                        jcprops.DIBHeight = jcprops.JPGHeight /* / scaleFactor*/;
                        jcprops.DIBPadBytes = 0;
                                    
                        if(1) {
                              BITMAPINFOHEADER*      memBMIH;
                              BITMAPFILEHEADER*      memBMFH;

                              memBMFH = reinterpret_cast<BITMAPFILEHEADER*>(ipBitmapPtr);
                              memBMFH->bfType      = 'MB';
                              memBMFH->bfSize      = dwWholeImageSize + sizeof(BITMAPFILEHEADER) + sizeof(BITMAPINFOHEADER);
                              memBMFH->bfReserved1 = 0;
                              memBMFH->bfReserved2 = 0;
                              memBMFH->bfOffBits   = sizeof(BITMAPFILEHEADER) + sizeof(BITMAPINFOHEADER);

                              
                              memBMIH = reinterpret_cast<BITMAPINFOHEADER*>(ipBitmapPtr + sizeof(BITMAPFILEHEADER));
                              memBMIH->biSize = sizeof(BITMAPINFOHEADER);
                              memBMIH->biWidth = jcprops.JPGWidth /* / scaleFactor*/;
                              memBMIH->biHeight = -jcprops.JPGHeight /* / scaleFactor*/;
                              memBMIH->biPlanes = 1;

                              memBMIH->biBitCount = 24;
                              memBMIH->biCompression = BI_RGB;
                              memBMIH->biSizeImage = 0;
                              memBMIH->biXPelsPerMeter = 0;
                              memBMIH->biYPelsPerMeter = 0;
                              memBMIH->biClrUsed = 0;
                              memBMIH->biClrImportant = 0;                                    

                              // Set up the info on the desired DIB properties.
                              jcprops.DIBWidth = jcprops.JPGWidth /* / scaleFactor*/;
                              jcprops.DIBHeight = jcprops.JPGHeight /* / scaleFactor*/; // Implies a bottom-up DIB.
                              jcprops.DIBChannels = 3;
                              jcprops.DIBColor = IJL_BGR;
                              jcprops.DIBPadBytes = dib_pad_bytes;
                              jcprops.DIBBytes = reinterpret_cast<BYTE*>(ipBitmapPtr + sizeof(BITMAPFILEHEADER) + sizeof(BITMAPINFOHEADER));

                              if(IJL_OK == (jerr = ijlRead(&jcprops, readMode)))
                              {
                                    *ipPtrBmpSize = memBMFH->bfSize;
                              } // ijlread whole image
                        }// create compatible DC
                        else
                        {
                              //logerror("create Compatible DC failed");
                        } // else create compatible dc
                  } // else lptemp create
            } // ijl read params
            ijlFree( & jcprops);
       }
      return true;
}

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AlexFMCommented:
First try this function with unmanaged C++ client.
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Bob LearnedCommented:
Is there a reason why you can just convert a Bitmap to JPEG natively:

public class Graphics_Library
{
 
public enum ImageType
 {
   Unknown,
   Bmp,
   Emf,
   Exif,
   Gif,
   Jpg,
   Icon,
   Png,
   Tiff,
   Wmf
 }

 public static void ConvertImage(string file, ImageType type)
 {
   Image imageCurrent = Image.FromFile(file);
   Imaging.ImageFormat format;
   if (type == ImageType.Bmp)
   {
     format = Imaging.ImageFormat.Bmp;
   } else if (type == ImageType.Emf) {
     format = Imaging.ImageFormat.Emf;
   } else if (type == ImageType.Exif) {
     format = Imaging.ImageFormat.Exif;
   } else if (type == ImageType.Gif) {
     format = Imaging.ImageFormat.Gif;
   } else if (type == ImageType.Jpg) {
     format = Imaging.ImageFormat.Jpeg;
   } else if (type == ImageType.Png) {
     format = Imaging.ImageFormat.Png;
   } else if (type == ImageType.Tiff) {
     format = Imaging.ImageFormat.Tiff;
   } else if (type == ImageType.Wmf) {
     format = Imaging.ImageFormat.Wmf;
   }
   string fileName = Path.GetFileNameWithoutExtension(file);
   string filePath = Path.GetDirectoryName(file);
   file = Path.Combine(filePath, fileName) + "." + type.ToString.ToLower;
   imageCurrent.Save(file, format);
 }
}

Bob

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sendhil_anAuthor Commented:
yeah, i could convert JPEG to BMP without using native code. But it takes more CPU to perform the operation. I need to do this conversion many times a second and there will be multiple instances of it. Intel JPEG library has been optimized to do it.

I will try the function from an  unmanged C++ client

sendhil
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AlexFMCommented:
If your unmanaged test will be successful, post here unmanaged C++ code which calls JpegToBitmap function. Having working unmanaged version it is always possible to translate it to C#.

Loking at your code now, I wonder what is ipJpegPtr which is passed directly to JpegToBitmap?
Also,
int *ptrBmpSize = &bmpSize;
looks strange. You need ref parameter instead of it. There is no need in unsafe prigramming. Be careful with bool return type. It is char in MS VC++ and can have other size in other compilers. It's better to use int.

int JpegToBitmap(BYTE *ipJpegPtr, DWORD ipJpegBufferSize, BYTE *ipBitmapPtr, int *ipPtrBmpSize, int ipDestWidth, int ipDestHeight)

should be translated to C# as:

public static extern int JpegToBitmap(IntPtr ipJpegPtr, Int32 ipJpegBufferSize, IntPtr ipBitmapPtr, ref int BmpSize, int destWidth, int destHeight);



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