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public class: MemoryImageSource [javadoc | source]
java.lang.Object
   java.awt.image.MemoryImageSource

All Implemented Interfaces:
    ImageProducer

This class is an implementation of the ImageProducer interface which uses an array to produce pixel values for an Image. Here is an example which calculates a 100x100 image representing a fade from black to blue along the X axis and a fade from black to red along the Y axis:

     int w = 100;
     int h = 100;
     int pix[] = new int[w * h];
     int index = 0;
     for (int y = 0; y < h; y++) {
         int red = (y * 255) / (h - 1);
         for (int x = 0; x < w; x++) {
             int blue = (x * 255) / (w - 1);
             pix[index++] = (255 << 24) | (red << 16) | blue;
         }
     }
     Image img = createImage(new MemoryImageSource(w, h, pix, 0, w));

The MemoryImageSource is also capable of managing a memory image which varies over time to allow animation or custom rendering. Here is an example showing how to set up the animation source and signal changes in the data (adapted from the MemoryAnimationSourceDemo by Garth Dickie):

     int pixels[];
     MemoryImageSource source;

     public void init() {
         int width = 50;
         int height = 50;
         int size = width * height;
         pixels = new int[size];

         int value = getBackground().getRGB();
         for (int i = 0; i < size; i++) {
             pixels[i] = value;
         }

         source = new MemoryImageSource(width, height, pixels, 0, width);
         source.setAnimated(true);
         image = createImage(source);
     }

     public void run() {
         Thread me = Thread.currentThread( );
         me.setPriority(Thread.MIN_PRIORITY);

         while (true) {
             try {
                 Thread.sleep(10);
             } catch( InterruptedException e ) {
                 return;
             }

             // Modify the values in the pixels array at (x, y, w, h)

             // Send the new data to the interested ImageConsumers
             source.newPixels(x, y, w, h);
         }
     }

Field Summary
 int width     
 int height     
 ColorModel model     
 Object pixels     
 int pixeloffset     
 int pixelscan     
 Hashtable properties     
 Vector theConsumers     
 boolean animating     
 boolean fullbuffers     
Constructor:
 public MemoryImageSource(int w,
    int h,
    int[] pix,
    int off,
    int scan) 
 public MemoryImageSource(int w,
    int h,
    ColorModel cm,
    byte[] pix,
    int off,
    int scan) 
    Constructs an ImageProducer object which uses an array of bytes to produce data for an Image object.
    Parameters:
    w - the width of the rectangle of pixels
    h - the height of the rectangle of pixels
    cm - the specified ColorModel
    pix - an array of pixels
    off - the offset into the array of where to store the first pixel
    scan - the distance from one row of pixels to the next in the array
    Also see:
    java.awt.Component#createImage
 public MemoryImageSource(int w,
    int h,
    ColorModel cm,
    int[] pix,
    int off,
    int scan) 
    Constructs an ImageProducer object which uses an array of integers to produce data for an Image object.
    Parameters:
    w - the width of the rectangle of pixels
    h - the height of the rectangle of pixels
    cm - the specified ColorModel
    pix - an array of pixels
    off - the offset into the array of where to store the first pixel
    scan - the distance from one row of pixels to the next in the array
    Also see:
    java.awt.Component#createImage
 public MemoryImageSource(int w,
    int h,
    int[] pix,
    int off,
    int scan,
    Hashtable<?, ?> props) 
    Constructs an ImageProducer object which uses an array of integers in the default RGB ColorModel to produce data for an Image object.
    Parameters:
    w - the width of the rectangle of pixels
    h - the height of the rectangle of pixels
    pix - an array of pixels
    off - the offset into the array of where to store the first pixel
    scan - the distance from one row of pixels to the next in the array
    props - a list of properties that the ImageProducer uses to process an image
    Also see:
    java.awt.Component#createImage
    ColorModel#getRGBdefault
 public MemoryImageSource(int w,
    int h,
    ColorModel cm,
    byte[] pix,
    int off,
    int scan,
    Hashtable<?, ?> props) 
    Constructs an ImageProducer object which uses an array of bytes to produce data for an Image object.
    Parameters:
    w - the width of the rectangle of pixels
    h - the height of the rectangle of pixels
    cm - the specified ColorModel
    pix - an array of pixels
    off - the offset into the array of where to store the first pixel
    scan - the distance from one row of pixels to the next in the array
    props - a list of properties that the ImageProducer uses to process an image
    Also see:
    java.awt.Component#createImage
 public MemoryImageSource(int w,
    int h,
    ColorModel cm,
    int[] pix,
    int off,
    int scan,
    Hashtable<?, ?> props) 
    Constructs an ImageProducer object which uses an array of integers to produce data for an Image object.
    Parameters:
    w - the width of the rectangle of pixels
    h - the height of the rectangle of pixels
    cm - the specified ColorModel
    pix - an array of pixels
    off - the offset into the array of where to store the first pixel
    scan - the distance from one row of pixels to the next in the array
    props - a list of properties that the ImageProducer uses to process an image
    Also see:
    java.awt.Component#createImage
Method from java.awt.image.MemoryImageSource Summary:
addConsumer,   isConsumer,   newPixels,   newPixels,   newPixels,   newPixels,   newPixels,   removeConsumer,   requestTopDownLeftRightResend,   setAnimated,   setFullBufferUpdates,   startProduction
Methods from java.lang.Object:
clone,   equals,   finalize,   getClass,   hashCode,   notify,   notifyAll,   toString,   wait,   wait,   wait
Method from java.awt.image.MemoryImageSource Detail:
 public synchronized  void addConsumer(ImageConsumer ic) 
    Adds an ImageConsumer to the list of consumers interested in data for this image.
 public synchronized boolean isConsumer(ImageConsumer ic) 
    Determines if an ImageConsumer is on the list of consumers currently interested in data for this image.
 public  void newPixels() 
    Sends a whole new buffer of pixels to any ImageConsumers that are currently interested in the data for this image and notify them that an animation frame is complete. This method only has effect if the animation flag has been turned on through the setAnimated() method.
 public synchronized  void newPixels(int x,
    int y,
    int w,
    int h) 
    Sends a rectangular region of the buffer of pixels to any ImageConsumers that are currently interested in the data for this image and notify them that an animation frame is complete. This method only has effect if the animation flag has been turned on through the setAnimated() method. If the full buffer update flag was turned on with the setFullBufferUpdates() method then the rectangle parameters will be ignored and the entire buffer will always be sent.
 public synchronized  void newPixels(byte[] newpix,
    ColorModel newmodel,
    int offset,
    int scansize) 
    Changes to a new byte array to hold the pixels for this image. If the animation flag has been turned on through the setAnimated() method, then the new pixels will be immediately delivered to any ImageConsumers that are currently interested in the data for this image.
 public synchronized  void newPixels(int[] newpix,
    ColorModel newmodel,
    int offset,
    int scansize) 
    Changes to a new int array to hold the pixels for this image. If the animation flag has been turned on through the setAnimated() method, then the new pixels will be immediately delivered to any ImageConsumers that are currently interested in the data for this image.
 public synchronized  void newPixels(int x,
    int y,
    int w,
    int h,
    boolean framenotify) 
    Sends a rectangular region of the buffer of pixels to any ImageConsumers that are currently interested in the data for this image. If the framenotify parameter is true then the consumers are also notified that an animation frame is complete. This method only has effect if the animation flag has been turned on through the setAnimated() method. If the full buffer update flag was turned on with the setFullBufferUpdates() method then the rectangle parameters will be ignored and the entire buffer will always be sent.
 public synchronized  void removeConsumer(ImageConsumer ic) 
    Removes an ImageConsumer from the list of consumers interested in data for this image.
 public  void requestTopDownLeftRightResend(ImageConsumer ic) 
    Requests that a given ImageConsumer have the image data delivered one more time in top-down, left-right order.
 public synchronized  void setAnimated(boolean animated) 
    Changes this memory image into a multi-frame animation or a single-frame static image depending on the animated parameter.

    This method should be called immediately after the MemoryImageSource is constructed and before an image is created with it to ensure that all ImageConsumers will receive the correct multi-frame data. If an ImageConsumer is added to this ImageProducer before this flag is set then that ImageConsumer will see only a snapshot of the pixel data that was available when it connected.

 public synchronized  void setFullBufferUpdates(boolean fullbuffers) 
    Specifies whether this animated memory image should always be updated by sending the complete buffer of pixels whenever there is a change. This flag is ignored if the animation flag is not turned on through the setAnimated() method.

    This method should be called immediately after the MemoryImageSource is constructed and before an image is created with it to ensure that all ImageConsumers will receive the correct pixel delivery hints.

 public  void startProduction(ImageConsumer ic) 
    Adds an ImageConsumer to the list of consumers interested in data for this image and immediately starts delivery of the image data through the ImageConsumer interface.