I am wondering if there is a way to load up a image and trim the white space of it?

like imagemagik for php have that feature but for java wonder if there is anything that can trim white space

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There is a Java interface to ImageMagik that you could use if you want a third-party solution. Other than that, you would need to perform the image analysis yourself to isolate the sub-region and create the new image from it. The

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There is a Java interface to ImageMagik that you could use if you want a third-party solution. Other than that, you would need to perform the image analysis yourself to isolate the sub-region and create the new image from it. The Advanced Imaging API would be useful for that.

There is a Java interface to ImageMagik that you could use if you want a third-party solution. Other than that, you would need to perform the image analysis yourself to isolate the sub-region and create the new image from it. The Advanced Imaging API would be useful for that.

so there is no class that can just do like .trim(BufferedImage) ?

the advanced imaging api I not sure if there is a function to let it trim a image. Or what class in the api to look for it.

Anyone have a better clue on how to do it?

No, there isn't a specialized operation like that. It's a generic image manipulation API - not Photoshop.

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