imagedata in Word XML
Henk van der Velden
henk at iglow-media.nl
Sun Mar 19 06:11:15 EST 2006
Indeed does the text of an image contain binary data, but it looks
like it's in the PNG format.
I will do some testing.
If the text of an image is PNG binary data, and the Word file
contains only PNG images, I would be able to set the text of an image
to the decoded text from the WordXML node.
On 18-mrt-2006, at 19:00, use-revolution-request at lists.runrev.com wrote:
>> Well, even though you decode the information from the WordML file,
>> now you have a binary representation of a PNG or JPEG, etc., and
>> that is not in a format proper for imageData, which is an array of
>> 4-byte integers, each integer representing one pixel. You will
>> have to base-64 decode the information in the WordML file and then
>> read it in as if you were reading an image file off a disk, etc.
>> This will decompress the information that is encoded in the file
>> and then you can use the result as imageData.
> Are you sure the result should be used as the imageData of an image
> rather than its text?
> I don't know exactly what is stored in WordML; but my understanding
> is that the text of an image is the actual binary content of the
> image file, while the imageData is a Rev-proprietary representation
> of the image as currently displayed.
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