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Hi frds,

I want develop a windows application to compare two images.

Ex: I had a image with a batter no 916 water mark and other has same image but different number and in different rotation. I need to compare both images and display the unmatched images and text...

Can u tell me any third paty controls can do this...

Please provide the information..

Updated 1-Jul-13 23:03pm
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 31-Oct-12 14:16pm    
The question makes no sense at all until you define what is comparison, exactly. Basically, you have a choice between WPF and System.Drawing. Look at the classes related to bitmaps, and you will find all you need. Your problem looks difficult enough, so I'm not even sure it makes sense. Perhaps you need to read articles on watermarking instead, to find some ready-to-use solution.
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 31-Oct-12 14:23pm    
Also, always tag the language(s) you would prefer.
laxman B 31-Oct-12 21:45pm    
I need to compare some regions of a image with other image. I want solution this in c#

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Please see my comment to the question. First, too bad you did not tag the application type you are interested in and the language. Secondly, the problem can be too difficult for you. I would suggest you find some ready-to-use solution.

Please see:[^].

At the moment of writing, I saw 22,970 results. If you properly tagged your language(s) and application type, you would have more observable number of search results. Especially if you used Google or Bind. Please try:[^].

Aha, 363,000,000 search results. I only hope they are ordered by relevance well enough. :-)

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CPallini 2-Jul-13 4:49am    
I suppose the OP needs more info on comparing images than on watermarks. Hence my 5 is intended more to value your original comment than this answer. :-)
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 2-Jul-13 9:42am    
Thank you, Carlo.
Note that comparing images which are not supposed to be 100% identical (and images rotated at different angles are never identical) is quite a complex problem. The criteria of closeness along is a big question.
CPallini 2-Jul-13 11:39am    
Yes, that is. I guess the problem is a bit too complex for the OP.
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 2-Jul-13 11:40am    

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