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imagecolormatchHacer que los colores de la versión de la paleta de una imagen coincidan más estrechamente con la versión de color verdadero


imagecolormatch ( resource $image1 , resource $image2 ) : bool

Hace que los colores de la versión de la paleta de una imagen coincidan más estrechamente con la versión de color verdadero.



Un recurso de enlace a una imagen de color verdadero.


Un recurso de enlace a una imagen de paleta que apunta a una imagen que tiene el mismo tamaño que image1.

Valores devueltos

Devuelve TRUE en caso de éxito o FALSE en caso de error.


Ejemplo #1 Ejemplo de imagecolormatch()

// Establecer las imágenes de color verdadero y de paleta
$im1 imagecreatefrompng('./gdlogo.png');
$im2 imagecreate(imagesx($im1), imagesy($im1));

// Añadir algunos colores a $im2
$colores   = Array();
$colores[] = imagecolorallocate($im22553674);
$colores[] = imagecolorallocate($im2400240);
$colores[] = imagecolorallocate($im282100255);
$colores[] = imagecolorallocate($im2846344);

// Hacer coincidir estos colores con la imagen de color verdadero

// Liberar memoria

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User Contributed Notes 3 notes

gk at karko dot net
9 years ago
Those that have Ubuntu servers note, that this function is added in PHP's GD library fork and is not available by default in Ubuntu php5-gd package.

Here's how-to install the PHP GD version:
albriNOght at anSPAMre dot net
14 years ago
This function appears to work by changing the values of the colors of the paletted image -- no good if you're trying to force the resultant image to stick with certain pre-defined color values.
16 years ago
This function is a godsend! It works exactly as documented.

I'm working on an application where I need to take a transparent GIF, matte the GIF on a user defined background color, and finally scale the GIF based on a user defined %.

The only way I could get this to work so that the final image was high quality, ie: no jagged edges, and a smooth scale, was to convert the GIF to a JPG, and then copy the JPG into a new GIF image like this:

// open transparent gif
$GIFimg = imagecreatefromgif($file_path);

// create jpg image
$JPGimg = imagecreatetruecolor($width, $height);

// copy GIF to JPG
imagecopy($JPGimg, $GIFimg, 0, 0, 0, 0, $width, $height);

// create a true color image
$JPGscaled = imagecreatetruecolor($n_width, $n_height);

// scale the new JPG using the truecolor image
imagecopyresampled($JPGscaled, $JPGimg, 0, 0, 0, 0, $new_width, $new_height, $width, $height);

// create final GIF image
$GIFfinal = imagecreate($n_width, $n_height);

// copy the scaled JPG back to a GIF
imagecopymerge($GIFfinal, $JPGscaled, 0, 0, 0, 0, $n_width, $n_height, 100);

This worked great except the final step, copying the JPG to a GIF. If the JPG had too many colors, the function would index the colors to make it a palette image. So what would end up happening is the final image contained INCORRECT colors.

Adding this one line at the bottom of the code fixed everything.

imagecolormatch($JPGscaled, $GIFfinal);

I hope this helps anyone who is converting images back and forth and dealing with palette issues and color correction. Also, be aware that the above code is a sample and will not work by copying and pasting.
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