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Creating an Image from PixelShaders in Silverlight and WPF

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Corey Miller demonstrates how to take the result of a PixelShader and write that out to a bitmap.

While this is not the best way to do image calculations in the code behind in terms of imaging with Silverlight and WPF I was perplexed with the problem of having a great pixel shader that I could apply in the xaml using Bitmap Effects but unclear as the best way to translate that to an actual Bitmap Image. If you are looking for a quick fix solution I wanted to share a little gold nugget in how to actually do this that I found. Just to explain a bit more this assumes you already know how to use Pixel Shaders, I will include a sample code to help illustrate this if you do not.



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