imagewbmp

(PHP 4 >= 4.0.1, PHP 5)

imagewbmpOutput image to browser or file

Description

bool imagewbmp ( resource $image [, string $filename [, int $foreground ]] )

imagewbmp() outputs or save a WBMP version of the given image.

Parameters

image

An image resource, returned by one of the image creation functions, such as imagecreatetruecolor().

filename

The path to save the file to. If not set or NULL, the raw image stream will be outputted directly.

foreground

You can set the foreground color with this parameter by setting an identifier obtained from imagecolorallocate(). The default foreground color is black.

Return Values

Returns TRUE on success or FALSE on failure.

Examples

Example #1 Outputting a WBMP image

<?php
// Create a blank image and add some text
$im imagecreatetruecolor(12020);
$text_color imagecolorallocate($im2331491);
imagestring($im155,  'A Simple Text String'$text_color);

// Set the content type header - in this case image/vnd.wap.wbmp
// Hint: see image_type_to_mime_type() for content-types
header('Content-Type: image/vnd.wap.wbmp');

// Output the image
imagewbmp($im);

// Free up memory
imagedestroy($im);
?>

Example #2 Saving the WBMP image

<?php
// Create a blank image and add some text
$im imagecreatetruecolor(12020);
$text_color imagecolorallocate($im2331491);
imagestring($im155,  'A Simple Text String'$text_color);

// Save the image
imagewbmp($im'simpletext.wbmp');

// Free up memory
imagedestroy($im);
?>

Example #3 Outputting the image with a different foreground

<?php
// Create a blank image and add some text
$im imagecreatetruecolor(12020);
$text_color imagecolorallocate($im2331491);
imagestring($im155,  'A Simple Text String'$text_color);

// Set the content type header - in this case image/vnd.wap.wbmp
// Hint: see image_type_to_mime_type() for content-types
header('Content-Type: image/vnd.wap.wbmp');

// Set a replacement foreground color
$foreground_color imagecolorallocate($im25500);

imagewbmp($imNULL$foreground_color);

// Free up memory
imagedestroy($im);
?>

Notes

Note:

WBMP support is only available if PHP was compiled against GD-1.8 or later.

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andre at bynetworld dot com
6 years ago
In the previous note by -> lukeross at sys3175 dot co dot uk <- there is a coding error in the for() loops. After correcting the error, I found that this function did a great job of  converting color images to 2 colors.
The following is the corrected function code:

function ImageColorFloydSteinberg($dst_img, $src_img) {
    ImageColorAllocate($dst_img, 0,0,0);
    ImageColorAllocate($dst_img, 255,255,255);
    $isx = ImageSX($src_img);
    $isy = ImageSY($src_img);
    $grey_img = ImageCreate($isx, $isy);
    for ($a = 0; $a <= 255; $a++) ImageColorAllocate($grey_img, $a,$a,$a);
    $isx -= 1; // To correct pixel count in source image width starting from 0
    $isy -= 1; // Correcting pixel count in source image height starting from 0
    for($x = 0; $x <= $isx; $x++) {
        for($y = 0; $y <= $isy; $y++) {
            $color = ImageColorsForIndex($src_img, ImageColorAt($src_img, $x, $y));
            $greyscale = .299 * $color["red"] + .587 * $color["green"] + .114 * $color["blue"];
            ImageSetPixel($grey_img, $x, $y, ImageColorClosest($grey_img, $greyscale, $greyscale, $greyscale));
        }
    }
    for($x = 0; $x <= $isx; $x++) {
        for($y = 0; $y <= $isy; $y++) {
            $color = ImageColorsForIndex($grey_img, ImageColorAt($grey_img, $x, $y));
            if ($color["red"] > 128) {
                ImageSetPixel($dst_img, $x, $y, ImageColorClosest($dst_img,255,255,255));
                $err = $color["red"] - 255;
            } else {
                ImageSetPixel($dst_img, $x, $y, ImageColorClosest($dst_img,0,0,0));
                $err = $color["red"];
            }
            if ($x != $isx) {
                $color2 = ImageColorsForIndex($grey_img, ImageColorAt($grey_img, $x+1, $y));
                $newgrey = $color2["red"] + $err * 7 / 16;
                ImageSetPixel($grey_img, $x+1, $y, ImageColorClosest($grey_img,$newgrey, $newgrey, $newgrey));
            }
            if ($x != 0) {
                $color2 = ImageColorsForIndex($grey_img, ImageColorAt($grey_img, $x-1, $y));
                $newgrey = $color2["red"] + $err * 3 / 16;
                ImageSetPixel($grey_img, $x-1, $y, ImageColorClosest($grey_img,$newgrey, $newgrey, $newgrey));
            }
            if ($y != $isy) {
                $color2 = ImageColorsForIndex($grey_img, ImageColorAt($grey_img, $x, $y+1));
                $newgrey = $color2["red"] + $err * 5 / 16;
                ImageSetPixel($grey_img, $x, $y+1, ImageColorClosest($grey_img,$newgrey, $newgrey, $newgrey));
            }
            if ($x != $isx && $y != $isy) {
                $color2 = ImageColorsForIndex($grey_img, ImageColorAt($grey_img, $x+1, $y+1));
                $newgrey = $color2["red"] + $err / 16;
                ImageSetPixel($grey_img, $x+1, $y+1, ImageColorClosest($grey_img,$newgrey, $newgrey, $newgrey));
            }
          
        }
    }
    imagedestroy($grey_img);
}
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lukeross at sys3175 dot co dot uk
12 years ago
As has been commented before, GD doesnt do a very good translation to 2-colours, especially for photos.  The following routine converts to two colours, I believe using error diffusion (the algorithm's nicked off news).  It's slow, but just about adequate for small images and low load.  I suspect it can be made much more efficient :-)

function ImageColorFloydSteinberg($dst_img, $src_img) {
    ImageColorAllocate($dst_img, 0,0,0);
    ImageColorAllocate($dst_img, 255,255,255);
    $grey_img = ImageCreate(ImageSX($src_img), ImageSY($src_img));
    for ($a = 0; $a <= 255; $a++) ImageColorAllocate($grey_img, $a,$a,$a);
    for($x = 0; $x <= ImageSX($src_img); $x++) {
        for($y = 0; $y <= ImageSY($src_img); $y++) {
            $color = ImageColorsForIndex($src_img, ImageColorAt($src_img, $x, $y));
            $greyscale = .299 * $color["red"] + .587 * $color["green"] + .114 * $color["blue"];
            ImageSetPixel($grey_img, $x, $y, ImageColorClosest($grey_img, $greyscale, $greyscale, $greyscale));
        }
    }
    for($x = 0; $x <= ImageSX($src_img); $x++) {
        for($y = 0; $y <= ImageSY($src_img); $y++) {
            $color = ImageColorsForIndex($grey_img, ImageColorAt($grey_img, $x, $y));
            if ($color["red"] > 128) {
                ImageSetPixel($dst_img, $x, $y, ImageColorClosest($dst_img,255,255,255));
                $err = $color["red"] - 255;
            } else {
                ImageSetPixel($dst_img, $x, $y, ImageColorClosest($dst_img,0,0,0));
                $err = $color["red"];
            }
            if ($x != ImageSx($src_img)) {
                $color2 = ImageColorsForIndex($grey_img, ImageColorAt($grey_img, $x+1, $y));
                $newgrey = $color2["red"] + $err * 7 / 16;
                ImageSetPixel($grey_img, $x+1, $y, ImageColorClosest($grey_img,$newgrey, $newgrey, $newgrey));
            }
            if ($x != 0) {
                $color2 = ImageColorsForIndex($grey_img, ImageColorAt($grey_img, $x-1, $y));
                $newgrey = $color2["red"] + $err * 3 / 16;
                ImageSetPixel($grey_img, $x-1, $y, ImageColorClosest($grey_img,$newgrey, $newgrey, $newgrey));
            }
            if ($y != ImageSy($src_img)) {
                $color2 = ImageColorsForIndex($grey_img, ImageColorAt($grey_img, $x, $y+1));
                $newgrey = $color2["red"] + $err * 5 / 16;
                ImageSetPixel($grey_img, $x, $y+1, ImageColorClosest($grey_img,$newgrey, $newgrey, $newgrey));
            }
            if ($x != ImageSx($src_img) && $y != ImageSy($src_img)) {
                $color2 = ImageColorsForIndex($grey_img, ImageColorAt($grey_img, $x+1, $y+1));
                $newgrey = $color2["red"] + $err / 16;
                ImageSetPixel($grey_img, $x+1, $y+1, ImageColorClosest($grey_img,$newgrey, $newgrey, $newgrey));
            }
           
        }
    }
    imagedestroy($grey_img);
}

To output your WBMP, use

ImageWBMP($final_img, "", ImageColorClosest(255,255,255));
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