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  Jpeg Wrapper Class
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Intel Corporation has released a number of extremely useful libraries and tools as part of their performance suite. These tools are designed to assist developers in taking advantage of their advanced processors.

One excellent tool is the Intel Jpeg Library which provides a single small DLL which will rapidly compress and decompress Jpeg images, a common graphics file format.

The following code snippet provides a static wrapper class for this library. The only thing you need besides this code snippet is IJL.H, IJL.LIB, IJL.DLL which can be found at the following URL.



http://www-cs.intel.com/support/performancetools/libraries/ijl/index.htm



When you see the quantity of code required just to compress or decompress a JPEG image using IJL I think you will see the value of the following simplified wrapper layer.



John W. Ratcliff
jratcliff@verant.com

Download Associated File: jpeg.cpp (7,146 bytes)


Intel Corporation has released a number of extremely useful libraries and tools as part
of their performance suite.  These tools are designed to assist developers in taking
advantage of their advanced processors.

One excellent tool is the Intel Jpeg Library which provides a single small DLL which will rapidly compress and decompress Jpeg images, a common graphics file format.

The following code snippet provides a static wrapper class for this library. The only thing you need besides this code snippet is IJL.H, IJL.LIB, IJL.DLL which can be found at the following URL.

http://www-cs.intel.com/support/performancetools/libraries/ijl/index.htm When you see the quantity of code required just to compress or decompress a JPEG image using IJL I think you will see the value of the following simplified wrapper layer.

John W. Ratcliff jratcliff@verant.com

//*** The JPEG.H wrapper layer header file. #ifndef JPEG_H

#define JPEG_H

//############################################################################ //## ## //## JPEG.H ## //## ## //## Wrapper class to compress or decompress a jpeg from a block of memory ## //## using the Intel Jpeg Library. ## //## OpenSourced 2/4/2000 by John W. Ratcliff ## //## ## //## No warranty expressed or implied. Released as part of the triangle ## //## throughput testbed project. ## //############################################################################ //## ## //## Contact John W. Ratcliff at jratcliff@verant.com ## //############################################################################ class Jpeg { public:

static void *ReadImage(int &width, // width of the image loaded. int &height, // height of the image loaded. int &bpp, // BYTES (not bits) PER PIXEL. const void *buffer, // memory address containing jpeg compressed data. int sizebytes); // size of jpeg compressed data.

static void * Compress(const void *buffer, // address of image in memory int width, // width of image in pixels int height, // height of image in pixels. int bpp, // *BYTES* per pixel of image 1 or 3 int &len, // returns length of compressed data int quality=75); // image quality as a percentage };

#endif

//** JPEG.CPP, the code used to wrap IJL #include <stdio.h> #include <stdlib.h> #include <string.h> #include <assert.h>

//############################################################################ //## ## //## JPEG.CPP ## //## ## //## Wrapper class to load a jpeg from a block of memory. ## //## ## //## OpenSourced 2/4/2000 by John W. Ratcliff ## //## ## //## No warranty expressed or implied. Released as part of the triangle ## //## throughput testbed project. ## //############################################################################ //## ## //## Contact John W. Ratcliff at jratcliff@verant.com ## //############################################################################ #include "jpeg.h" #include "ijl.h" // intel jpeg library header file. // read image into this buffer. void * Jpeg::ReadImage(int &width, int &height, int &nchannels, const void *buffer, int sizebytes) { JPEG_CORE_PROPERTIES jcprops;

if ( ijlInit(&jcprops) != IJL_OK ) { ijlFree(&jcprops); return 0; }

jcprops.JPGBytes = (unsigned char *) buffer; jcprops.JPGSizeBytes = sizebytes; jcprops.jquality = 100;

if ( ijlRead(&jcprops,IJL_JBUFF_READPARAMS) != IJL_OK ) { ijlFree(&jcprops); return 0; }

width = jcprops.JPGWidth; height = jcprops.JPGHeight; IJLIOTYPE mode;

mode = IJL_JBUFF_READWHOLEIMAGE; nchannels = jcprops.JPGChannels; unsigned char * pixbuff = new unsigned char[width*height*nchannels]; if ( !pixbuff ) { ijlFree(&jcprops); return 0; }

jcprops.DIBWidth = width; jcprops.DIBHeight = height; jcprops.DIBChannels = nchannels; jcprops.DIBPadBytes = 0; jcprops.DIBBytes = (unsigned char *)pixbuff;

if ( jcprops.JPGChannels == 3 ) { jcprops.DIBColor = IJL_RGB; jcprops.JPGColor = IJL_YCBCR; jcprops.JPGSubsampling = IJL_411; jcprops.DIBSubsampling = (IJL_DIBSUBSAMPLING) 0; } else { jcprops.DIBColor = IJL_G; jcprops.JPGColor = IJL_G; jcprops.JPGSubsampling = (IJL_JPGSUBSAMPLING) 0; jcprops.DIBSubsampling = (IJL_DIBSUBSAMPLING) 0; }

if ( ijlRead(&jcprops, mode) != IJL_OK ) { ijlFree(&jcprops); return 0; }

if ( ijlFree(&jcprops) != IJL_OK ) return 0;

return (void *)pixbuff; }

void * Jpeg::Compress(const void *source, int width, int height, int bpp, int &len, int quality) { JPEG_CORE_PROPERTIES jcprops;

if ( ijlInit(&jcprops) != IJL_OK ) { ijlFree(&jcprops); return false; }

jcprops.DIBWidth = width; jcprops.DIBHeight = height; jcprops.JPGWidth = width; jcprops.JPGHeight = height; jcprops.DIBBytes = (unsigned char *) source; jcprops.DIBPadBytes = 0; jcprops.DIBChannels = bpp; jcprops.JPGChannels = bpp;

if ( bpp == 3 ) { jcprops.DIBColor = IJL_RGB; jcprops.JPGColor = IJL_YCBCR; jcprops.JPGSubsampling = IJL_411; jcprops.DIBSubsampling = (IJL_DIBSUBSAMPLING) 0; } else { jcprops.DIBColor = IJL_G; jcprops.JPGColor = IJL_G; jcprops.JPGSubsampling = (IJL_JPGSUBSAMPLING) 0; jcprops.DIBSubsampling = (IJL_DIBSUBSAMPLING) 0; }

int size = width*height*bpp;

unsigned char * buffer = new unsigned char[size];

jcprops.JPGSizeBytes = size; jcprops.JPGBytes = buffer;

jcprops.jquality = quality;

if ( ijlWrite(&jcprops,IJL_JBUFF_WRITEWHOLEIMAGE) != IJL_OK ) { ijlFree(&jcprops); delete buffer; return 0; }

if ( ijlFree(&jcprops) != IJL_OK ) { delete buffer; return 0; }

len = jcprops.JPGSizeBytes; return buffer; }

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