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    The very basic

    Hi ,

    Is it not possible to store a value back in an image. I meant is there equivalent code for this in PyS60

    I(x,y)= b

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    Re: The very basic

    Quote Originally Posted by rangaravind View Post
    Hi ,

    Is it not possible to store a value back in an image. I meant is there equivalent code for this in PyS60

    I(x,y)= b
    hello rangaravind

    sorry but it will be great if you explain your query in more detail.

    Thanks
    Gaba88

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    Re: The very basic

    http://discussion.forum.nokia.com/fo...d.php?t=174618

    Hi what I asked is lesser version of what I have posted in th above mentioned thread..No one seemed to be answering for that. So I thought I will ask the question which will help me solve the error.
    I m planning to these steps:

    1. Take RGB color image
    2. Find gray value for each RGB pixel coordinate
    3. Re form the image with gray values
    4. Find edge detection of this gray image

    The problem is i am not able to store back the gray image into an image object as and when I get the gray value. U check out the thread which I have pasted above.
    The whole problem is because the imageoperation.py file available in PyNCVLib of NOkiaCV is not showing doing the color conversion opeartion properly(It is just showing white screen as output when I do 4-EGray256).That is why I need to write another program to do color conversion.

    Error shown for my code is Unpack non sequence..I dont know how to solve it.

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