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on Jul 14, 2006 6:58 AM by donaldhines
URGENT :one custom bitmap castmember made out of two ????
Jul 14, 2006 3:51 AM
I need join 2 bitmap castmember in one in followin way
I have a background image and image of a number (with alpha channel -
transparent outside of the number)
I need to place the number in the middle of the background image and create
a new castmember, that looks exactly, like number castmember is laying over
the background castmember
I tryed to do this with following code
bgImage = "bg1"
numImage = "numbers\9"
imageObject = image(20, 20, 32, 1)
newmember = new(#bitmap, member 10 of castLib 1)
newmember.image = imageObject
but number on created bitmap is copied along with its alpha channel, it
means a part of background is overwritten with transparent pixels from
How do I correct this problem, what was wrong?
How can I copy just not transparent pixals from number image and place them
onto background image?
Any help will be appreciated
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Re: URGENT :one custom bitmap castmember made out of two ????
Jul 14, 2006 6:58 AM
in response to Newsgroup_User
I don't have an example for you, but try createMask() or createMatte() functions. For what your doing I think createMask() will work in conjunction with the #maskImage property. Something like this:
rect(5,5,member(numImage).width,member(numImage).height), imageObject.image.rect, \
[#maskImage:imageObject.image.createMask(), maskOffset:point(-10, -10)])
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