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Using Image Effects Filters in your C++Builder for iOS apps In this video I show you how to work with Image Effect Filters in your iOS apps using C++Builder XE5. The FM Application Platform provides more than 50 image effects and filter effects classes for you to use in your apps. The image effects use the Pixel Shader language and the GPU to work with bitmap images while offloading the CPU. I created a FM Mobile application for C++Builder using the Blank Form mobile project template. I added a TTToolBar component aligned to the top of the client ...
Combining multiple image effect filters in your C++ FireMonkey applications In previous blogs and videos, I showed you how to use the FireMonkey image effect components and image effect filters in your C++Builder XE3 Windows and Mac applications. "January 14 - Using Pixel Shader Image Effects in your C++Builder XE3 Windows and Mac apps" showed you how to use an image effect component in the UI of your application.  "January 19 - Using Image Effect Filters in your C++Builder XE3 Windows and Mac apps" showed you how to use a single effect filter and save the output bitma...
31 C++Builder XE3 videos in January - Jan 14 - Using Pixel Shader Image Effects in your C++Builder XE3 Windows and Mac apps During each day of January 2013, I am creating a new video showing you how to use the new C++Builder XE3 compilers for Win32, Win64 and OSX to create multi-platform, database, multi-tier, HD and 3D applications. In this fourteenth video you will learn how to use the Pixel Shader based image effects and transition components with C++Builder XE3 and FireMonkey.  Image effects can be used if you have a GPU and drivers for Windows and Mac.  If you have images as part of your application, you can app...
31 XE3 quick videos in 31 days - Oct26 -  Using the new Swipe Transition Effect RAD Studio XE3 and FireMonkey 2 includes a new transition effect and component, TFilterSwipeTransition class and TSwipeTransitionEffect component.  You can use this effect to peel back a corner of an image to reveal another image underneath.  The SwipeTransitionEffect component can be used in your Delphi and C++Builder applications and runs in Windows and Macintosh OS X. This quick video shows you two ways to use the SwipeTransitionEffect component: 1) Using a TPathAnimation to "turn the page" f...
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