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Determining a Compressor's Output Format

The following example uses the ICCompressGetFormat size macro to determine the buffer size needed for the data specifying the compression format, allocates a buffer of the appropriate size using the GlobalAlloc function, and retrieves the compression format information using the ICCompressGetFormat macro.



LPBITMAPINFOHEADER   lpbiIn, lpbiOut; 
 
// *lpbiIn must be initialized to the input format. 
 
dwFormatSize = ICCompressGetFormatSize(hIC, lpbiIn); 
h = GlobalAlloc(GHND, dwFormatSize); 
lpbiOut = (LPBITMAPINFOHEADER)GlobalLock(h); 
ICCompressGetFormat(hIC, lpbiIn, lpbiOut); 
 


The following example uses the ICCompressQuery macro to determine whether a compressor can handle the input and output formats.



LPBITMAPINFOHEADER   lpbiIn, lpbiOut; 
 
// Both *lpbiIn and *lpbiOut must be initialized to the respective
// formats.
 

if (ICCompressQuery(hIC, lpbiIn, lpbiOut) == ICERR_OK)
{ 
 
    // Format is supported; use the compressor. 
 
}
 
 


The following example uses the ICCompressGetSize macro to determine the buffer size, and it allocates a buffer of that size using GlobalAlloc.



// Find the worst-case buffer size. 
dwCompressBufferSize = ICCompressGetSize(hIC, lpbiIn, lpbiOut); 
 
// Allocate a buffer and get lpOutput to point to it. 
h = GlobalAlloc(GHND, dwCompressBufferSize); 
lpOutput = (LPVOID)GlobalLock(h);
 
 


 

 

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