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    Post Creating a Morph Image in Label

    G Day,

    I got 2 images that I want to morph together
    Images are displayed in labels

    Does Qt support it?
    if so,
    How would I go about doing it?

    Ideas, please
    Regards
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    Default Re: Creating a Morph Image in Label

    Quote Originally Posted by 2lights View Post
    G Day,
    G'day yourself
    I got 2 images that I want to morph together
    OK
    Images are displayed in labels
    You can manipulate the images, the labels just display what they are told.
    Does Qt support it?
    What precisely? "Morph together" is a gloriously vague specification.
    How would I go about doing it?
    All sorts of transforms and composition can be done with QPainter.

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    Thumbs up Re: Morph Image in Label

    Thanks

    Will do more research of QPainter
    Last edited by 2lights; 18th July 2013 at 09:17. Reason: updated contents

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