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Imagick::compositeImage

(PECL imagick 2.0.0)

Imagick::compositeImageCompone una imagen en otra

Descripción

bool Imagick::compositeImage ( Imagick $composite_object , int $composite , int $x , int $y [, int $channel = Imagick::CHANNEL_ALL ] )

Compone una imagen en otra en el índice especificado.

Parámetros

composite_object

Objeto Imagick que guarda la imagen compuesta

compose

Operador de composición. Véase Constantes de Operadores de Composición

x

El índice de la columna de la imagen compuesta

y

El índice de la fila de la imagen compuesta

channel

Proporcione cualquier constante de canal que sea válida para su modo de canal. Para aplicar más de un canal, combine las constantes channeltype usando operadores a nivel de bits. Consulte esta lista de constantes de canal.

Valores devueltos

Devuelve TRUE en caso de éxito.

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m dot roszka at textend dot net
6 years ago
Here is an example on how to compose two images into a single one. The Imagick class utilises the exception handling model introduced in PHP5 and thus we will do that as well. Let's presume, that we have a directory in our filesystem, which contains our program and the two images we want to operate on.

<?php
try
{
   
// Let's check whether we can perform the magick.
   
if (TRUE !== extension_loaded('imagick'))
    {
        throw new
Exception('Imagick extension is not loaded.');
    }

   
// This check is an alternative to the previous one.
    // Use the one that suits you better.
   
if (TRUE !== class_exists('Imagick'))
    {
        throw new
Exception('Imagick class does not exist.');
    }

   
// Let's find out where we are.
   
$dir = dirname(__FILE__);

   
// Let's read the images.
   
$glasses = new Imagick();
    if (
FALSE === $glasses->readImage($dir . '/glasses.png'))
    {
        throw new
Exception();
    }

   
$face = new Imagick();
    if (
FALSE === $face->readImage($dir . '/face.jpg'))
    {
        throw new
Exception();
    }

   
// Let's put the glasses on (10 pixels from left, 20 pixels from top of face).
   
$face->compositeImage($glasses, Imagick::COMPOSITE_DEFAULT, 10, 20);

   
// Let's merge all layers (it is not mandatory).
   
$face->flattenImages();

   
// We do not want to overwrite face.jpg.
   
$face->setImageFileName($dir . '/face_and_glasses.jpg');

   
// Let's write the image.
   
if  (FALSE == $face->writeImage())
    {
        throw new
Exception();
    }
}

catch (
Exception $e)
{
    echo
'Caught exception: ' . $e->getMessage() . "\n";
}

exit(
0);
?>
Also a couple more words on the Imagick::COMPOSITE_DEFAULT argument. The images we are composing together are separate layers. Not only can we put them in specific order, but we can also choose the way we want them to interfere with each other. And here comes the second argument of the compositeImage method. It can be given either as a constant or as the integer value of that constant. You can use the reflection API of PHP5 to get the list of them.

<?php
Reflection
::export(new ReflectionClass('Imagick'));
?>

Just look for COMPOSITE_* constants in the "Constants" section.
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Iddles
3 years ago
To copy the alpha channel from one image to another, you can do the following:

<?php

$img1
= new Imagick( "image1.png" );
$img2 = new Imagick( "image2.png" );

$img1->compositeImage( $img2, imagick::COMPOSITE_COPYOPACITY, 0, 0 );

header('Content-type: image/png');
echo
$img1;

?>
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giso at connectholland dot nl
4 years ago
You might need to set the colorspace the same when composing two images over each other

<?php
//Creating two Imagick object
$first = new Imagick('first.jpg');
$second = new Imagick('second.jpg');

// Set the colorspace to the same value
$first->setImageColorspace($second->getImageColorspace() );

//Second image is put on top of the first
$first->compositeImage($second, $second->getImageCompose(), 5, 5);

//new image is saved as final.jpg
$first->writeImage('final.jpg');
?>
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