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Images Comparison Class: Compare two images to check if they are identical

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images-comparison 0.1Free To Use But Restricted5.0PHP 5, Graphics
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This class can be used to compare two images to check if they are identical.

It can traverse two given images in the PNG format of the same size to determine which pixels are different.

The class can circle or fill the areas that are different with a given color. The resulting image is displayed as the current output in the PNG format.

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August 2010
Number 8
Sometimes it is necessary to evaluate whether two images are identical in order to figure if one may be at least a partial copy of the other.

This class provides a pure PHP solution to compare two images and shows graphically how similar the images can be.

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Plain text file ImagesComparison.class.php Class main class
Accessible without login Plain text file example.php Example example
Accessible without login Image file a.png Photo example file
Accessible without login Image file b.png Photo example file

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 User Comments (3)  
Beware! This program works well with the supplied example, b...
3 years ago (Steve Dix)
Why it compares only *.
4 years ago (Mike Oakley)
It doesn't work
4 years ago (Senex Senis)