Victor Image Processing Library How-to Tips

Victor Brightenator
Windows Store Sample Application


Victor Brightenator is a Windows Store application created in Visual Studio 2012 with C# and XAML. This app includes a brand new Victor Library .NET interface that makes .NET programming easier.

Victor Brightenator demonstrates programming with the Victor Library functions. It uses the Victor Library for 32-bit Windows and is fully compatible with 32- and 64-bit Windows. When run on a Microsoft Surface Pro tablet computer, it supports touch manipulation and camera capture. (This app is not for Surface RT.)

Brightenator demonstrates the use of sliders to continuously change brightness, contrast, and color intensities of an image.

Victor Brightenator implements the following image processing techniques

Image Processing
  • Brightness
  • Gamma brighten
  • Contrast
  • Erosion
  • Step levels
  • Saturation
  • Enhancing color
  • Retaining color

The Victor Brightenator Windows Store application contains many Victor Image Processing Library functions so they can be tested with typical images. The app can easily be extended to include your own features.

Download Victor Brightenator C#/XAML source code and initial JPEG image (180 kb).

Download .Net Victor Library namespace for creating Windows Store applications and time-limited eval version of the Victor Library (289 kb).

In general always use the following conditions for creating a Windows Store app that calls Victor Image Processing Library for 32-bit Windows functions:

Requires the Victor Library v 6 commercial release or eval version.

Download Victor Brightenator complete project (2 Mb). Evaluation copy of the Victor Library is included.


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