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2018-10-22 16:44:19 -0500 commented question c++: 4 channel image. How to trim edges with transparency = 0?

@sjhalayka sorry for the late response. Due to the fact that SOAP depends on XML for data interchange when used with HTT

2018-10-19 17:33:21 -0500 commented question c++: 4 channel image. How to trim edges with transparency = 0?

@berak sir, distributed systems (microservices) are not hot air, it is a very efficient and effective way of building a

2018-10-19 17:05:26 -0500 commented question c++: 4 channel image. How to trim edges with transparency = 0?

@berak I was expecting you when I first wrote this question; I've read many questions in this community and I did try mu

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2018-10-19 16:54:32 -0500 marked best answer c++: 4 channel image. How to trim edges with transparency = 0?

I have a 4 channel image (png), what is the best way to trim away the edges that has 0 transparency with performance in mind?

Before:
image description image description

After:
image description

Thanks.

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2018-10-19 04:05:21 -0500 commented question c++: 4 channel image. How to trim edges with transparency = 0?

@berak I didn't know that this community helps depending on "personal interests". thanks for leaving your helpful commen

2018-10-19 03:55:55 -0500 commented question c++: 4 channel image. How to trim edges with transparency = 0?

@sjhalayka I uploaded the actual image with transparency. @berak In a complex distributed system it is a bad choice to u

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2018-10-19 03:52:04 -0500 edited question c++: 4 channel image. How to trim edges with transparency = 0?

c++: 4 channel image. How to trim edges with transparency = 0? I have a 4 channel image (png), what is the best way to

2018-10-18 06:59:28 -0500 asked a question c++: 4 channel image. How to trim edges with transparency = 0?

c++: 4 channel image. How to trim edges with transparency = 0? I have a 4 channel image (png), what is the best way to