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my code for convert image.source to byte[]

        public Byte[] BufferFromImage(BitmapImage imageSource)
            Stream stream = imageSource.StreamSource;
            Byte[] buffer = null;
            if (stream != null && stream.Length > 0)
                using (BinaryReader br = new BinaryReader(stream))
                    buffer = br.ReadBytes((Int32)stream.Length);
            return buffer;

call :

var s = BufferFromImage(image1.Source as BitmapImage);

how to convert image1.Source to byte[] in wpf ?
Posted 3-Oct-12 2:21am
Kiran Susarla 3-Oct-12 7:54am
Where are you getting NullReferenceException in the Code? Does imageSource parameter has any value? Did you check that while debugging?
Matt T Heffron 3-Oct-12 12:38pm
Are you sure that image1.Source *IS* a BitmapImage? If it is not, then using "as BitmapImage" will return null and that will be passed to BufferFromImage.
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Solution 3

Just use the debugger to verify:
image1 != null
image1.Source != null
image1.Source is BitmapImage
or add
System.Diagnostics.Debug.Assert(image1 != null, "image1 is null");
System.Diagnostics.Debug.Assert(image1.Source != null, 
                                "image1.Source is null");
System.Diagnostics.Debug.Assert(image1.Source is BitmapImage, 
                                "image1.Source is NOT a BitmapImage");
right before the call to BufferFromImage.
Then you should know what is wrong and how to fix it.
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Solution 2

If you are getting an Object Reference error, and the error is occuring on image1.Source, then likely image1 == null.

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