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Colorize Image

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Hello Everyone,

 

I'm pretty new to JavaScript and HTML5 but I'm hoping there is something similar to the "colorMatrixFilter" in the JS version of TweenLite or TweenMax.

 

Can someone point me in the right direction for tutorials or API information on how I would go about changing the color of a plain old Image() object?

 

I've been digging around the forums and doing some Google searches for how to best accomplish this but I'm not finding anything. Any suggestions?

 

Thanks!

-Mox

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using javascript to colorize and image is possible if you are using the <canvas>. Jack put together a plugin that plays nicely with easelJS: http://forums.greens...2094#entry22094

 

currently css filters will give you access to a saturation, hue, brightness, contrast etc, but support is really spotty. Quick research found this demo that works in Google Chrome: http://html5-demos.a...ters/index.html

 

I know in general that GreenSock wants the JS version of TweenLIte to work consistently across as many modern browsers as possible, I'm not sure how soon one can expect to see support for features that only work in 1 or 2 browsers.

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