troubleshooting Question

Ensure that BufferedImage is of a specific type

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Hi,

I've got a lot of image files - some are JPEG's, GIF's, PNG's, BMP's, etc..

What I'm currently doing is reading each file into a BufferedImage, like so:

   BufferedImage img = ImageIO.read( my_image_file );

Now, I need all of the BufferedImage instance's to be of the type:

   TYPE_INT_RGB

Is there a way to ensure that each file is read into this type? If not, then can I convert the type of a BufferedImage instance?

For example:

   BufferedImage img = ImageIO.read( my_image_file );
   .
   if ( img.getType() != BufferedImage.TYPE_INT_RGB )
   {
      // Convert here . . .
   }


Thanks.
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