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Old Aug 11, 2013, 09:14 AM   #1
BobRon
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Image Magick Problem

I am using imagemagick to detect the color of one pixel of an image. I need a program in bash that matches the discovered hex cold to the nearest of 11 pre-definded pixels. Is this possible? Or do i need to write if/else statements for every possible tint of purple.
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Old Aug 11, 2013, 08:34 PM   #2
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Once you have defined a suitable a way of measuring distance between colours, all you need to do is loop through your 11 pre-defined pixels and choose the (or 'a' in some cases) closest one. Not sure why you'd dream of creating millions if/else statements!

Depending on your overall goal, you might want to try Image Magick's C++ API. Furthermore, if you're just looking up pixel values then maybe you should be using OpenImageIO.
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