10-06-2009 11:17 AM
I have no problem scaling an image using EncodedImage.scaleImage32()
However, looking at the actual size of the data, using EncodedImage.getData().length, the scaled image is the same size as the original.
I would actually expect this, given the nature of a scale operation.
However, how can I "save" the scaled version in terms of the real size of the new image as well?
I scaled a 2300 byte image to a size that I know is now around 900 bytes, but, I'm stuck with the 2K+ image in memory.