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Bumpkit Imaging Library
This is a small bitmap library that provides direct memory access for fast pixel manipulation, animated gif support using native .net, font effects: borders and highlights, and simple scaling & rotation. Good for on-the-fly image generation in web or windows environments.
Fast 2D Lighting Engine for the XNA Framework.
PixelMap - High Performance Bitmap Editing
High performance bitmap with a focus on pixel-level editing. No more lock bits.
Open Pixel Control Client
This is an implementation of an Open Pixel Control Client
More information and examples of use at https://github.com/erinxocon/OpenPixelControlSharp
Edit a software bitmap by accessing pixels
Get Real Cursor Position (DPI, Font Zoom).
These utilities add support for MD5 hash calculations and add conversion utilities to convert between pixels and twips used in VB6 controls
GDS WPF Shaders
A small collection of special pixel shaders for WPF.
Currently supported (more to come):
Pixelate, RadialBlur and Ripple.
Facebook Pixel (facebook-pixel) binding library for Bridge.NET projects.
Simple Android library to pixelate images or certain areas of an image.
ImageDraw SDK for .NET
Neodynamic ImageDraw SDK for .NET is the definitive solution for professional imaging tasks, exclusively designed for .NET developers. ImageDraw is a lightweight royalty-free .NET component (.NET DLL Class Library a.k.a. assembly) which lets you to easily add advanced Imaging Effects and Dynamic...
ImageDraw for ASP.NET
A set of server controls (ImageDraw, ImageDrawButton, and ImageDrawMap) which generate real time on-fly Dynamic Composite Images for ASP.NET. Deliver real time dynamically generated composite images such as picture thumbnails, image buttons, image maps or any other graphical application. Main...
Web Image Cropping
Asp.net Web Crop Image Control allows developers to build image cropping functionality easily on their projects.
You can seamlessly crop images and yet provide your visitors the most user friendly web interface by simply doing drag and drop in your projects.