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imagecolormatchBir resmin paletli sürümünün renklerini gerçek renkli sürümünün renkleriyle aynı yapar


bool imagecolormatch ( resource $resim1 , resource $resim2 )

Bir resmin paletli sürümünün renklerini gerçek renkli sürümünün renkleriyle aynı yapar.



Resmin gerçek renkli sürümünün tanıtıcısı.


Renkleri resim1 ile aynı yapılacak paletli sürümün tanıtıcısı.

Dönen Değerler

Başarı durumunda TRUE, başarısızlık durumunda FALSE döner.


Örnek 1 - imagecolormatch() örneği

// Gerçek renkli ve paletli resimleri belirtelim
$im1 imagecreatefrompng('./gdlogo.png');
$im2 imagecreate(imagesx($im1), imagesy($im1));

// $im2'ye bir kaç renk ekleyelim
$colors   = Array();
$colors[] = imagecolorallocate($im22553674);
$colors[] = imagecolorallocate($im2400240);
$colors[] = imagecolorallocate($im282100255);
$colors[] = imagecolorallocate($im2846344);

// Bu renkleri gerçek renkli resimden güncelleyelim

// Belleği serbest bırakalım


Bilginize: Bu işlev sadece, PHP, PHP paketinde bulunan GD kütüphanesi ile derlenmişse kullanılabilir.

Bilginize: Bu işlev GD'nin 2.0.1 veya sonraki sürümlerini gerektirir (2.0.28 veya sonraki sürümler önerilir).

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User Contributed Notes 3 notes

gk at karko dot net
5 years ago
Those that have Ubuntu servers note, that this function is added in PHP's GD library fork and is not available by default in Ubuntu php5-gd package.

Here's how-to install the PHP GD version:
albriNOght at anSPAMre dot net
9 years ago
This function appears to work by changing the values of the colors of the paletted image -- no good if you're trying to force the resultant image to stick with certain pre-defined color values.
11 years ago
This function is a godsend! It works exactly as documented.

I'm working on an application where I need to take a transparent GIF, matte the GIF on a user defined background color, and finally scale the GIF based on a user defined %.

The only way I could get this to work so that the final image was high quality, ie: no jagged edges, and a smooth scale, was to convert the GIF to a JPG, and then copy the JPG into a new GIF image like this:

// open transparent gif
$GIFimg = imagecreatefromgif($file_path);

// create jpg image
$JPGimg = imagecreatetruecolor($width, $height);

// copy GIF to JPG
imagecopy($JPGimg, $GIFimg, 0, 0, 0, 0, $width, $height);

// create a true color image
$JPGscaled = imagecreatetruecolor($n_width, $n_height);

// scale the new JPG using the truecolor image
imagecopyresampled($JPGscaled, $JPGimg, 0, 0, 0, 0, $new_width, $new_height, $width, $height);

// create final GIF image
$GIFfinal = imagecreate($n_width, $n_height);

// copy the scaled JPG back to a GIF
imagecopymerge($GIFfinal, $JPGscaled, 0, 0, 0, 0, $n_width, $n_height, 100);

This worked great except the final step, copying the JPG to a GIF. If the JPG had too many colors, the function would index the colors to make it a palette image. So what would end up happening is the final image contained INCORRECT colors.

Adding this one line at the bottom of the code fixed everything.

imagecolormatch($JPGscaled, $GIFfinal);

I hope this helps anyone who is converting images back and forth and dealing with palette issues and color correction. Also, be aware that the above code is a sample and will not work by copying and pasting.
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