IC Imaging Control .NET

ImageBuffer.SaveImage Method

ImageBuffer.SaveImage Method

Saves the contents of the buffer to disk.
Public Sub SaveImage(Filename As String)
public void SaveImage(string Filename);
Parameter Description

The name of the file to which the buffer is saved.


This example shows how to save the contents of an ImageBuffer to a file called "test.png":

IcImagingControl1.LiveStart() Try ' Use a timeout of 1000ms. IcImagingControl1.MemorySnapImage(1000) ' Save the snapped image, which is stored in the ImageBuffer "ImageActiveBuffer" to a file. IcImagingControl1.ImageActiveBuffer.SaveImage("test.png") Catch Ex As ICException MessageBox.Show(Ex.Message) End Try IcImagingControl1.LiveStop()
ICImagingControl1.LiveStart(); try { // Use a timeout of 1000ms. ICImagingControl1.MemorySnapImage(1000); // Save the snapped image, which is stored in the ImageBuffer "ImageActiveBuffer" to a file. ICImagingControl1.ImageActiveBuffer.SaveImage("test.png"); } catch (ICException Ex) { MessageBox.Show(Ex.Message, "MemorySnapImage Error"); } ICImagingControl1.LiveStop();
See also: ImageBuffer

<< ImageAvailableEventArgs.ImageBuffer

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