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PHP Imagick setImageArtifact () Function

Syntax:
bool Imagick::setImageArtifact (string $artifact, string  $value)
Parameters:This function takes two parameters as above and described below:
  • $artifact: this parameter contains the artifact name.
  • $value:this parameter contains the artifact value.
Return value: this function returns TRUE on success.Errors / Exceptions:This function throws a exceptionImagickException on error.The program below illustrates the Imagick::setImageArtifact() functionin PHP:Program:  
// Create two new object that Imagick $imagick1 = new Imagick ( https://media.engineerforengineer.org/wp-content/uploads/engineerforengineer-9.png ); $imagick2 = new Imagick ( https://media.engineerforengineer.org/ wp-content / uploads / 20190920144344 / smushf.png );  
// Apply the setImageArtifact() function $imagick2 -> setImageArtifact ( ’compose: args’ , "0, 1, 0.4, -0.6" ); $imagick1 -> compositeImage ( $imagick2 , Imagick::COMPOSITE_MATHEMATICS, 0, 0);  
// Display the output image $imagick1 -> setImageFormat ( ’png’ ); header ( " Content-Type: image / png " ); echo $imagick1 -> getImagesBlob();  
?>
Output: Link: https://www.php.net/manual/en/imagick.setimageartifact.php

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