PHP | Imagick fxImage() Function

  • The Imagick::fxImage() function is an inbuilt function in PHP which evaluate expression for each pixel in the image.
  • The Imagick::fxImage() function allows you to perform image manipulation by processing set of FX expressions for each pixel with in the image.

Syntax:

Imagick::fxImage ( string $expression [, int $channel = Imagick::CHANNEL_DEFAULT ] )

Parameters:

  • $expression
    Its is FX expressions for image Manipulation.
  • $channel
    Any channel constant can be fetched based on valid channel mode. If more channel constant need to add use bitwise operators to merge channeltype constants.
    Return Value:

  • Imagick::fxImage function will returns TRUE if success or returns
    FALSE on failure.

Example 1:
To illustrate image manipulation by FX expression using Imagick::fxImage() function.

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<?php
// Imagick-fxImage
$imagick = new \Imagick();
    //new pseudo image
    $imagick->newPseudoImage(200, 200, "gradient:white-black");
  
    //$fx value applied
    $fx = 'floor(s*10+0.5)/10';
    $fxImage = $imagick->fxImage($fx);
//Display Image
    header("Content-Type: image/png");
    $fxImage->setimageformat('png');
    echo $fxImage->getImageBlob();
?>

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Example 2:
To illustrate image manipulation by FX expression using Imagick::fxImage() function.

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<?php
// Imagick-fxImage
$imagick = new \Imagick();
//New pseudo image
    $imagick->newPseudoImage(200, 200, "plasma:fractal");
  
    //$fx value applied
    $fx = '(u.g+v.g)/2';
    $fxImage = $imagick->fxImage($fx);
  
    //Display Image
    header("Content-Type: image/png");
    $fxImage->setimageformat('png');
    echo $fxImage->getImageBlob();
    $fxImage->WriteImage('Imagick-fxImageex02.png');
?>

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Reference: https://www.php.net/manual/en/imagick.fximage.php




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