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Fast BMP to PNG conversion

We are trying to compress a 1280x1024x24 bit BMP file to PNG and decompress it  back to BMP format. Using CxImage library takes around 70ms (PNG->BMP)  on an Intel Core2Duo PC. Is there a faster library or code blocks or Windows APIs that can be used? We are also looking to minimizing the CPU usage for this.
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arijit_rebaca
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JohnGabyCommented:
You could try using the Image class of GDI+.  It can do the conversion, but I don't know if it would be faster or not.

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms534462(VS.85).aspx
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arijit_rebacaAuthor Commented:
We tried the gdi+ apis like image->Save. The conversion is fine but the time taken is almost 200 ms. Is there any other way to make it faster than 70 ms? Also we are looking to get the image in a buffer format instead of files,  i.e. we will give the image buffer to the said application and the application will give us the converted image buffer.
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pgnatyukCommented:
70ms is a good time for such image. Take a look: http://www.irfanview.com/
it is a very simple editor (probably based on CxImage). It converts the files.
I use PNGLib directly, I need only one way PNG->BMP, but I have bigger files.
PNGLib allows to load the PNG (very fast operation), then left to create the DIB section and make the bit array. So how fast it can be?
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