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Error while using grapPixels() method of java.awt.image.PixelGrabber class

 
Deepa Jeeva
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Hi,

We are using java.awt.image.PixelGrabber class to grab pixels from an GIF image. We are getting an error when we called grabPixels() method on the uploaded image. An error is thrown when it is reading all the pixels and an exception is caught in the catch block.

When we tried searching for the possible causes for the problem, we found that one reason may be the image is not fully loaded and grabpixels() method is called on that image.

Can anyone let us know any other possible cause for this error. If the cause that I have mentioned above is a valid one then please let us know how to ensure that the image is fully loaded before we call grabPixels() method.

Thanks in Advance.
 
Maneesh Godbole
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If you want to ensure your image is fully loaded before you do anything, check out the MediaTracker class.

You haven't told us what error nor have you posted the stack trace, and expect us to somehow figure out what is causing it?
 
Deepa Jeeva
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Hi,
Am getting the below error while uploading an image.


Exception [com.americanexpress.gismo.infrastructure.util.gif2pseg.GraphicsConversionException: image fetch aborted due to an unknown error.


Thanks.


 
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