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dotnet add package Aspose.Imaging --version 17.9.0
NuGet\Install-Package Aspose.Imaging -Version 17.9.0
<PackageReference Include="Aspose.Imaging" Version="17.9.0" />
paket add Aspose.Imaging --version 17.9.0
#r "nuget: Aspose.Imaging, 17.9.0"
// Install Aspose.Imaging as a Cake Addin #addin nuget:?package=Aspose.Imaging&version=17.9.0 // Install Aspose.Imaging as a Cake Tool #tool nuget:?package=Aspose.Imaging&version=17.9.0
Aspose.Imaging for .NET is an imaging library that lets developers create, edit, draw or convert images in their .NET applications. Aspose.Imaging provides features that go beyond the native capabilities of the development platform. It works independent of other applications and although Aspose.Imaging allows you to save to Adobe PhotoShop® format (PSD), you do not need PhotoShop on the machine.
|Product||Versions Compatible and additional computed target framework versions.|
|.NET Framework||net20 is compatible. net35 is compatible. net35-client is compatible. net35-compact is compatible. net40 is compatible. net40-client is compatible. net403 was computed. net45 was computed. net451 was computed. net452 was computed. net46 was computed. net461 was computed. net462 was computed. net463 was computed. net47 was computed. net471 was computed. net472 was computed. net48 was computed. net481 was computed.|
This package has no dependencies.
NuGet packages (5)
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Aspose Preview image generator classes for the sensenet platform.
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This contains all the document conversions functionality e.g word to pdf, exce to pdf etc
This package is not used by any popular GitHub repositories.
Aspose.Imaging for .Net has been updated to version 17.9 and we are pleased to announce it.
The following is a list of changes in this version of Aspose.Imaging.
IMAGINGNET-2376 Support for CMYK, YCCK color modes in JPEG Lossless.
IMAGINGNET-2143 Implementation of Lossy GIF Compressor
IMAGINGNET-2473 When saving a tiff file with a different resolution the frames in the image are not displayed correctly
IMAGINGNET-2471 Improve performance of Dng partial processing
IMAGINGNET-2464 Examine and fix partial processing of Jpeg2000 format
IMAGINGNET-2461 Add support for PSD multiple fonts rendering and other possible style options within a single text layer
IMAGINGNET-2458 Fix exception when PSD text layer update is performed on previously saved PSD with updated text layer, using RemoveGlobalTextEngineResource option
IMAGINGNET-2453 Optimize algorithm FloydSteinbergDithering
IMAGINGNET-2446 Need investigate and support multiple fonts for text layers in PSD
IMAGINGNET-2443 Examine and fix partial PSD processing during export
IMAGINGNET-2442 Investigate performance of jpeg when partial processing
IMAGINGNET-2438 Different Svg image sizes when local and server build
IMAGINGNET-2436 Aspose.Imaging 17.6.0: Invalid rendering of particular SVG image into JPG, PNG and BMP formats
IMAGINGNET-2433 Evaluation watermark appears when create TIFF document with VentureLicenser
IMAGINGNET-2432 Updating text makes text layer to move
IMAGINGNET-2427 Unable to get width and height of DNG image
IMAGINGNET-2423 Exception when exporting Psd image without license
IMAGINGNET-2422 Corrupted, partially or completely invisible watermark for particularly saved images.
IMAGINGNET-2395 Image transparency is improperly rendered in generated PNG
IMAGINGNET-2347 Investigate and fix differences in Fonts in Adobe Photoshop and GDI+(Aspose.Imaging) rendering
IMAGINGNET-2288 When PSD is saved as PNG, the output looks different [.Net]