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System.Image.BitDepth

Indicates how many bits are used in each pixel of the image. (Usually 8, 16, 24, or 32).

System.Image.ColorSpace

The colorspace embedded in the image. Taken from the Exchangeable Image File (EXIF) information.

System.Image.CompressedBitsPerPixel

Indicates the image compression level.

System.Image.CompressedBitsPerPixelDenominator

The denominator of PKEY_Image_CompressedBitsPerPixel.

System.Image.CompressedBitsPerPixelNumerator

The numerator of PKEY_Image_CompressedBitsPerPixel.

System.Image.Compression

The algorithm used to compress the image.

System.Image.CompressionText

The user-friendly form of System.Image.Compression. Not intended to be parsed programmatically.

System.Image.Dimensions

The image dimensions in string format as horizontal pixels x vertical pixels. For example, 3080x2100.

System.Image.HorizontalResolution

Indicates the number of pixels per resolution unit in the image width.

System.Image.HorizontalSize

The horizontal size of the image, in pixels.

System.Image.ImageID

System.Image.ResolutionUnit

Indicates the resolution units. Used for images with a non-square aspect ratio, but without meaningful absolute dimensions. 1 = No absolute unit of measurement. 2 = Inches. 3 = Centimeters. The default value is 2 (Inches).

System.Image.VerticalResolution

Indicates the number of pixels per resolution unit in the image height.

System.Image.VerticalSize

The vertical size of the image, in pixels.

 

 

 

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