Android APIs
public class

LightingColorFilter

extends ColorFilter
java.lang.Object
   ↳ android.graphics.ColorFilter
     ↳ android.graphics.LightingColorFilter

Class Overview

A color filter that can be used to simulate simple lighting effects. A LightingColorFilter is defined by two parameters, one used to multiply the source color (called colorMultiply) and one used to add to the source color (called colorAdd). The alpha channel is left untouched by this color filter. Given a source color RGB, the resulting R'G'B' color is computed thusly:

 R' = R * colorMultiply.R + colorAdd.R
 G' = G * colorMultiply.G + colorAdd.G
 B' = B * colorMultiply.B + colorAdd.B
 
The result is pinned to the [0..255] range for each channel.

Summary

Public Constructors
LightingColorFilter(int mul, int add)
Create a colorfilter that multiplies the RGB channels by one color, and then adds a second color.
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Inherited Methods
From class android.graphics.ColorFilter
From class java.lang.Object

Public Constructors

public LightingColorFilter (int mul, int add)

Added in API level 1

Create a colorfilter that multiplies the RGB channels by one color, and then adds a second color. The alpha components of the mul and add arguments are ignored.

Parameters
mul
add