JP2 JPEG 2000

I need to open a jp2, jpeg2000 in vb.net. Is there a way?
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miglaranjeiraAsked:
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DhaestCommented:
Take a look at this project:
CSJ2K - A Managed JPEG2000 Codec
http://www.codeplex.com/csj2k
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miglaranjeiraAuthor Commented:
pls try the code or the solution before posting anything. VB is not c# or C++. when you post a link pls at least read what you are posting.

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miglaranjeiraAuthor Commented:
What I need is a solution to open a jp2 file in vb.net.

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DhaestCommented:
I posted the first link because it's a library that you can use for your project (you can use it in vb.net projects as well). It's not because the project is written in another language that you cannot use it !

The second link, I didn't test it, but normally you can use a sdk-version to program against. So you don't need to know how it's programmed !
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miglaranjeiraAuthor Commented:
So if i can use, that's why you have tested, pls send me your test in vb.net. When we ask for an expert solution we dont expect a simple link or lesson of basic programming, like telling that is always possible to translate  to another language, we ask for real solutions not virtual.

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