com.aspose.words

Class ImageSize

  • java.lang.Object
    • com.aspose.words.ImageSize
public class ImageSize 
extends java.lang.Object

Contains information about image size and resolution.

Example:

Shows how to resize a shape with an image.
BufferedImage image = ImageIO.read(new File(getImageDir() + "Logo.jpg"));

Assert.assertEquals(400, image.getWidth());
Assert.assertEquals(400, image.getHeight());

// When we insert an image using the "InsertImage" method, the builder scales the shape that displays the image so that,
// when we view the document using 100% zoom in Microsoft Word, the shape displays the image in its actual size.
Document doc = new Document();
DocumentBuilder builder = new DocumentBuilder(doc);
Shape shape = builder.insertImage(getImageDir() + "Logo.jpg");

// A 400x400 image will create an ImageData object with an image size of 300x300pt.
ImageSize imageSize = shape.getImageData().getImageSize();

Assert.assertEquals(300.0d, imageSize.getWidthPoints());
Assert.assertEquals(300.0d, imageSize.getHeightPoints());

// If a shape's dimensions match the image data's dimensions,
// then the shape is displaying the image in its original size.
Assert.assertEquals(300.0d, shape.getWidth());
Assert.assertEquals(300.0d, shape.getHeight());

// Reduce the overall size of the shape by 50%. 
shape.setWidth(shape.getWidth() * 0.5);

// Scaling factors apply to both the width and the height at the same time to preserve the shape's proportions. 
Assert.assertEquals(150.0d, shape.getWidth());
Assert.assertEquals(150.0d, shape.getHeight());

// When we resize the shape, the size of the image data remains the same.
Assert.assertEquals(300.0d, imageSize.getWidthPoints());
Assert.assertEquals(300.0d, imageSize.getHeightPoints());

// We can reference the image data dimensions to apply a scaling based on the size of the image.
shape.setWidth(imageSize.getWidthPoints() * 1.1);

Assert.assertEquals(330.0d, shape.getWidth());
Assert.assertEquals(330.0d, shape.getHeight());

doc.save(getArtifactsDir() + "Image.ScaleImage.docx");
See Also:
ImageData.ImageSize

Constructor Summary
ImageSize(intwidthPixels, intheightPixels)
Initializes width and height to the given values in pixels. Initializes resolution to 96 dpi.
ImageSize(intwidthPixels, intheightPixels, doublehorizontalResolution, doubleverticalResolution)
Initializes width, height and resolution to the given values.
 
Property Getters/Setters Summary
intgetHeightPixels()
Gets the height of the image in pixels.
doublegetHeightPoints()
Gets the height of the image in points. 1 point is 1/72 inch.
doublegetHorizontalResolution()
Gets the horizontal resolution in DPI.
doublegetVerticalResolution()
Gets the vertical resolution in DPI.
intgetWidthPixels()
Gets the width of the image in pixels.
doublegetWidthPoints()
Gets the width of the image in points. 1 point is 1/72 inch.
 

    • Constructor Detail

      • ImageSize

        public ImageSize(int widthPixels, int heightPixels)
        Initializes width and height to the given values in pixels. Initializes resolution to 96 dpi.
        Parameters:
        widthPixels - Width in pixels.
        heightPixels - Height in pixels.
      • ImageSize

        public ImageSize(int widthPixels, int heightPixels, double horizontalResolution, double verticalResolution)
        Initializes width, height and resolution to the given values.
        Parameters:
        widthPixels - Width in pixels.
        heightPixels - Height in pixels.
        horizontalResolution - Horizontal resolution in DPI.
        verticalResolution - Vertical resolution in DPI.
    • Property Getters/Setters Detail

      • getHeightPixels

        public int getHeightPixels()
        
        Gets the height of the image in pixels.

        Example:

        Shows how to read the attributes of an image in a shape.
        Document doc = new Document();
        DocumentBuilder builder = new DocumentBuilder(doc);
        
        // Insert a shape into the document which contains an image taken from our local file system.
        Shape shape = builder.insertImage(getImageDir() + "Logo.jpg");
        
        // If the shape contains an image, its ImageData property will be valid,
        // and it will contain an ImageSize object.
        ImageSize imageSize = shape.getImageData().getImageSize();
        
        // The ImageSize object contains read-only information about the image within the shape.
        Assert.assertEquals(imageSize.getHeightPixels(), 400);
        Assert.assertEquals(imageSize.getWidthPixels(), 400);
        
        final double delta = 0.05;
        Assert.assertEquals(imageSize.getHorizontalResolution(), 95.98d, delta);
        Assert.assertEquals(imageSize.getVerticalResolution(), 95.98d, delta);
        
        // We can base the size of the shape on the size of its image to avoid stretching the image.
        shape.setWidth(imageSize.getWidthPoints() * 2.0);
        shape.setHeight(imageSize.getHeightPoints() * 2.0);
        
        doc.save(getArtifactsDir() + "Drawing.ImageSize.docx");
      • getHeightPoints

        public double getHeightPoints()
        
        Gets the height of the image in points. 1 point is 1/72 inch.

        Example:

        Shows how to resize a shape with an image.
        BufferedImage image = ImageIO.read(new File(getImageDir() + "Logo.jpg"));
        
        Assert.assertEquals(400, image.getWidth());
        Assert.assertEquals(400, image.getHeight());
        
        // When we insert an image using the "InsertImage" method, the builder scales the shape that displays the image so that,
        // when we view the document using 100% zoom in Microsoft Word, the shape displays the image in its actual size.
        Document doc = new Document();
        DocumentBuilder builder = new DocumentBuilder(doc);
        Shape shape = builder.insertImage(getImageDir() + "Logo.jpg");
        
        // A 400x400 image will create an ImageData object with an image size of 300x300pt.
        ImageSize imageSize = shape.getImageData().getImageSize();
        
        Assert.assertEquals(300.0d, imageSize.getWidthPoints());
        Assert.assertEquals(300.0d, imageSize.getHeightPoints());
        
        // If a shape's dimensions match the image data's dimensions,
        // then the shape is displaying the image in its original size.
        Assert.assertEquals(300.0d, shape.getWidth());
        Assert.assertEquals(300.0d, shape.getHeight());
        
        // Reduce the overall size of the shape by 50%. 
        shape.setWidth(shape.getWidth() * 0.5);
        
        // Scaling factors apply to both the width and the height at the same time to preserve the shape's proportions. 
        Assert.assertEquals(150.0d, shape.getWidth());
        Assert.assertEquals(150.0d, shape.getHeight());
        
        // When we resize the shape, the size of the image data remains the same.
        Assert.assertEquals(300.0d, imageSize.getWidthPoints());
        Assert.assertEquals(300.0d, imageSize.getHeightPoints());
        
        // We can reference the image data dimensions to apply a scaling based on the size of the image.
        shape.setWidth(imageSize.getWidthPoints() * 1.1);
        
        Assert.assertEquals(330.0d, shape.getWidth());
        Assert.assertEquals(330.0d, shape.getHeight());
        
        doc.save(getArtifactsDir() + "Image.ScaleImage.docx");
      • getHorizontalResolution

        public double getHorizontalResolution()
        
        Gets the horizontal resolution in DPI.

        Example:

        Shows how to read the attributes of an image in a shape.
        Document doc = new Document();
        DocumentBuilder builder = new DocumentBuilder(doc);
        
        // Insert a shape into the document which contains an image taken from our local file system.
        Shape shape = builder.insertImage(getImageDir() + "Logo.jpg");
        
        // If the shape contains an image, its ImageData property will be valid,
        // and it will contain an ImageSize object.
        ImageSize imageSize = shape.getImageData().getImageSize();
        
        // The ImageSize object contains read-only information about the image within the shape.
        Assert.assertEquals(imageSize.getHeightPixels(), 400);
        Assert.assertEquals(imageSize.getWidthPixels(), 400);
        
        final double delta = 0.05;
        Assert.assertEquals(imageSize.getHorizontalResolution(), 95.98d, delta);
        Assert.assertEquals(imageSize.getVerticalResolution(), 95.98d, delta);
        
        // We can base the size of the shape on the size of its image to avoid stretching the image.
        shape.setWidth(imageSize.getWidthPoints() * 2.0);
        shape.setHeight(imageSize.getHeightPoints() * 2.0);
        
        doc.save(getArtifactsDir() + "Drawing.ImageSize.docx");
      • getVerticalResolution

        public double getVerticalResolution()
        
        Gets the vertical resolution in DPI.

        Example:

        Shows how to read the attributes of an image in a shape.
        Document doc = new Document();
        DocumentBuilder builder = new DocumentBuilder(doc);
        
        // Insert a shape into the document which contains an image taken from our local file system.
        Shape shape = builder.insertImage(getImageDir() + "Logo.jpg");
        
        // If the shape contains an image, its ImageData property will be valid,
        // and it will contain an ImageSize object.
        ImageSize imageSize = shape.getImageData().getImageSize();
        
        // The ImageSize object contains read-only information about the image within the shape.
        Assert.assertEquals(imageSize.getHeightPixels(), 400);
        Assert.assertEquals(imageSize.getWidthPixels(), 400);
        
        final double delta = 0.05;
        Assert.assertEquals(imageSize.getHorizontalResolution(), 95.98d, delta);
        Assert.assertEquals(imageSize.getVerticalResolution(), 95.98d, delta);
        
        // We can base the size of the shape on the size of its image to avoid stretching the image.
        shape.setWidth(imageSize.getWidthPoints() * 2.0);
        shape.setHeight(imageSize.getHeightPoints() * 2.0);
        
        doc.save(getArtifactsDir() + "Drawing.ImageSize.docx");
      • getWidthPixels

        public int getWidthPixels()
        
        Gets the width of the image in pixels.

        Example:

        Shows how to read the attributes of an image in a shape.
        Document doc = new Document();
        DocumentBuilder builder = new DocumentBuilder(doc);
        
        // Insert a shape into the document which contains an image taken from our local file system.
        Shape shape = builder.insertImage(getImageDir() + "Logo.jpg");
        
        // If the shape contains an image, its ImageData property will be valid,
        // and it will contain an ImageSize object.
        ImageSize imageSize = shape.getImageData().getImageSize();
        
        // The ImageSize object contains read-only information about the image within the shape.
        Assert.assertEquals(imageSize.getHeightPixels(), 400);
        Assert.assertEquals(imageSize.getWidthPixels(), 400);
        
        final double delta = 0.05;
        Assert.assertEquals(imageSize.getHorizontalResolution(), 95.98d, delta);
        Assert.assertEquals(imageSize.getVerticalResolution(), 95.98d, delta);
        
        // We can base the size of the shape on the size of its image to avoid stretching the image.
        shape.setWidth(imageSize.getWidthPoints() * 2.0);
        shape.setHeight(imageSize.getHeightPoints() * 2.0);
        
        doc.save(getArtifactsDir() + "Drawing.ImageSize.docx");
      • getWidthPoints

        public double getWidthPoints()
        
        Gets the width of the image in points. 1 point is 1/72 inch.

        Example:

        Shows how to resize a shape with an image.
        BufferedImage image = ImageIO.read(new File(getImageDir() + "Logo.jpg"));
        
        Assert.assertEquals(400, image.getWidth());
        Assert.assertEquals(400, image.getHeight());
        
        // When we insert an image using the "InsertImage" method, the builder scales the shape that displays the image so that,
        // when we view the document using 100% zoom in Microsoft Word, the shape displays the image in its actual size.
        Document doc = new Document();
        DocumentBuilder builder = new DocumentBuilder(doc);
        Shape shape = builder.insertImage(getImageDir() + "Logo.jpg");
        
        // A 400x400 image will create an ImageData object with an image size of 300x300pt.
        ImageSize imageSize = shape.getImageData().getImageSize();
        
        Assert.assertEquals(300.0d, imageSize.getWidthPoints());
        Assert.assertEquals(300.0d, imageSize.getHeightPoints());
        
        // If a shape's dimensions match the image data's dimensions,
        // then the shape is displaying the image in its original size.
        Assert.assertEquals(300.0d, shape.getWidth());
        Assert.assertEquals(300.0d, shape.getHeight());
        
        // Reduce the overall size of the shape by 50%. 
        shape.setWidth(shape.getWidth() * 0.5);
        
        // Scaling factors apply to both the width and the height at the same time to preserve the shape's proportions. 
        Assert.assertEquals(150.0d, shape.getWidth());
        Assert.assertEquals(150.0d, shape.getHeight());
        
        // When we resize the shape, the size of the image data remains the same.
        Assert.assertEquals(300.0d, imageSize.getWidthPoints());
        Assert.assertEquals(300.0d, imageSize.getHeightPoints());
        
        // We can reference the image data dimensions to apply a scaling based on the size of the image.
        shape.setWidth(imageSize.getWidthPoints() * 1.1);
        
        Assert.assertEquals(330.0d, shape.getWidth());
        Assert.assertEquals(330.0d, shape.getHeight());
        
        doc.save(getArtifactsDir() + "Image.ScaleImage.docx");