Adjustments

RadImageEditor supports the following image adjustments.

Figure 1: Adjust section

Hue adjustment

The Hue can be adjusted with the respective dialog, the values can be from 0 to 360.

Figure 2: Hue Dialog

This can be done in the code behind as well.

radImageEditor1.ImageEditorElement.SetHue(200);
radImageEditor1.ImageEditorElement.SaveState();

radImageEditor1.ImageEditorElement.SetHue(200)
radImageEditor1.ImageEditorElement.SaveState()

Saturation adjustment

The Saturation can be adjusted with the respective dialog the values can be from -100 to 100.

Figure 3: Saturation Dialog

To do this programmatically use the SetSaturation method.

radImageEditor1.ImageEditorElement.SetSaturation(-50);
radImageEditor1.ImageEditorElement.SaveState();

radImageEditor1.ImageEditorElement.SetSaturation(-50)
radImageEditor1.ImageEditorElement.SaveState()

Contrast and Brightness adjustment

The Contrast and Brightness can be adjusted with the respective dialog the values can be from -100 to 100.

Figure 4: Brightness and Contrast Dialog

This can be done in the code behind as well.

radImageEditor1.ImageEditorElement.SetContrastAndBrightness(100, 10);
radImageEditor1.ImageEditorElement.SaveState();

radImageEditor1.ImageEditorElement.SetContrastAndBrightness(100, 10)
radImageEditor1.ImageEditorElement.SaveState()

Invert Colors

The Invert Color button just inverts the colors in the image pixel by pixel.

Figure 5: Inverted Colors

This action can be performed in code with the following method.

radImageEditor1.ImageEditorElement.InvertColors();
radImageEditor1.ImageEditorElement.SaveState();

radImageEditor1.ImageEditorElement.InvertColors()
radImageEditor1.ImageEditorElement.SaveState()

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