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change the dpi of an image displayed in applet

 
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how can you change the dpi of an image in java?

i need to have a functionality that can change the dpi of the image displayed on an applet and somehow dispaly it again on screen.

can somebody please assist me on this?

i need guidance in here...

thanks a lot...
[ March 21, 2007: Message edited by: f jimenez ]
 
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Google for "Java Advanced Imaging".
 
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If all you're doing is displaying the image on the screen, then changing the DPI doesn't make much sense, because screens have a fixed DPI. Are you talking about scaling the image? Then you can use the java.awt.Image.getScaledInstance() method.
 
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