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Topic: Interesting problem with image alpha data
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Michael

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Registered: 6/19/09
Interesting problem with image alpha data
Posted: Jun 19, 2009 4:44 AM
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I have come across an interesting problem with setting the alpha data for an image, which I can't quite get my head around.

To explain, consider the following example:

h1 = figure(1);
h1a = axes('DataAspectRatio', [1 1 1], 'DrawMode', 'fast', 'Parent', h1);
h1b = image('Parent', h1a);

All works as expect, then:

set(h1b, 'CData', imread('Peppers.png')); % load a test image.

This works just as would be expected. So, I then try:

set(h1b, 'AlphaData', 0.75);

Which has the right effect. However, this image isn't positioned very nicely within the axes, so I use:

set(h1a, 'XLim', [1 512], 'YLim', [1 384], 'YDir', 'reverse');

Which makes everything look nice. But now if I set the alpha data to anything other than 1, the image just dissappears completely. Can anyone tell me what is going wrong here?

I'm using Matlab R2009a with version 6.3 of the Image Processing toolbox.

Many thanks!



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