I need to combine 2 images into one. Basically all i need to do is to overlay one of them on top of the other in the center of the image. This needs to work on all major android devices.
I have tried a number of things, but here is my code snippet as of right now (and yes I know it's messed up, we need to figure out delx and dely):
/* Rotate our original photo */
// final float scale = getResources().getDisplayMetrics().density;
canvas.drawBitmap(bmp, 0f, 0f, null);
final float overlay_scale_factor = .5f;
final int overlaywidth = (int)(overlay.getWidth() * overlay_scale_factor);
final int overlayheight = (int)(overlay.getHeight() * overlay_scale_factor);
final int delx = overlaywidth;
final int dely = overlayheight;
Matrix mat = new Matrix();
canvas.drawBitmap(overlay, mat, null);
/* Bottom image 'composite' is now a composite of the two. */
Any help is appreciated. I know this is just math, but I'm not good at this kind of stuff.
The first image, 'bmp' is 100% the size of the canvas.
The second image, 'overlay' is the overlay that needs to be centered after it's rotated 270 degrees.
Totally untested, but I'd expect something like this to work:
// Set the origin (0,0) in the middle of the view canvas.translate(width/2, height/2); // Draw the first bitmap so it is centered at (0,0) canvas.drawBitmap(bmp, -bmp.getWidth()/2, -bmp.getHeight()/2, null); // Rotate & scale canvas.save(); canvas.rotate(270); canvas.scale(.5f); // Draw the overlay canvas.drawBitmap(overlay, -overlay.getWidth()/2, -overlay.getHeight()/2, null); canvas.restore();