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9.2 9.8 ImageProcessor VS ImageSharp:camera: A modern, cross-platform, 2D Graphics library for .NET
1.8 5.0 ImageProcessor VS Imgix-CSharpA C# client library for generating image URLs with imgix
A cross-platform .NET Standard library for reading/manipulating/writing image files. The primary focus is to create 2D/3D/Cubemap textures for graphics/game applications, notably to convert images to GPU compressed formats and generate mipmaps. The library wraps the FreeImage native library to import/export over 30 common image formats, and wraps the Nvidia Texture Tools native library for GPU compression features. It also has a fully featured DDS format importer/exporter written in C#.
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ImageProcessor is, and will only ever be supported on the .NET Framework running on a Windows OS. Please do not attempt to use with .NET Core or NET 5+
Imageprocessor is a lightweight, fluent wrapper around System.Drawing.
It's fast, extensible, easy to use, comes bundled with some great features and is fully open source.
For full documentation please see http://imageprocessor.org/
Focus for the ImageProcessor libraries has switched to desktop only due to the lack of support for System.Drawing on Windows Services and ASP.NET. As such, the
ImageProcessor.Weband accompanying libraries will not be further developed. For an alternative please use
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