The IM COM+ component simply provides access to the convert, composite, GraphicsMagick provides a statically-built ImageMagick object as part of its “utils” . The ImageMagickObject is a COM+ compatible component that may be invoked The IM COM+ component simply provides access to the convert, composite. In the folder [WhereEver]\ImageMagickQ16\ImageMagickObject\Tests you’ ll MagickImage.1″).convert “-verbose”, sSrcFSpec, sDstFSpec If Not goFS.
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Here is my code In response to Ekkehard’s answer I have also tried not using an array. This code will create an output image, but the label is not applied. I also have to pass in a white image as an input as it will not work without one. Ekkehard was right about not using an Array, and instead use individual arguments as shown below. Imagemagickobjfct most important info from the second:. I tried something similar to your imagemagickoobject code.
Knowing nothing about ImageMagick, I can only assume that such args assume an existing input file. A COM interface is going to expose a series of properties and methods for controlling an object. You wouldn’t instantiate it by passing an array of values. In most cases, you would set each property individually.
Install the ImageMagickObject COM+ Component @ ImageMagick
I have successfully used the following command line to create a new GIF image with some simple text convert -size x -font arial label: The most important info from the second: In fact you should just be able to ‘ copy and past – do simple editing and it will work.
See the ‘ other samples for more elaborate command sequences and the ‘ documentation for the utility programs for more details. I used Dim sSrcFSpec: I tried something similar to your test code – convert -verbose -size x -font arial -label blah.
So do your COM testing when you have verified the parameters from the command line. I have confirmed the params from the command line as explained with the first code example in my question. If I copy the same params into my vbscript as a conert not array it does not work and seems to require an input image.
If I create an input image imagemagickobjecr add it as a param the label: This is my problem.
It might look something this purely an example, I don’t know if these are real properties for this object: Nilpo 3, 1 15 Do you know if TLViewer will run on Windows 7? I do not have Visual Studio and have been unable to register the Tlbinf It complains about either the file is missing its not or it has other dependant DLL’s. I can find no docs telling me of any dependant DLL’s. BNut one pager that mentioned Windows 7 would not support Tlbinf I seem to recall getting it running on Windows 7 in compatibility mode.