CIFilter.FromName(String) Method

Definition

Returns a CIFilter for the specific effect.

[Foundation.Export("filterWithName:")]
public static CoreImage.CIFilter FromName (string name);
static member FromName : string -> CoreImage.CIFilter

Parameters

name
String

The name of the CoreImage filter to instantiate.

Returns

CIFilter
Attributes

Remarks

On iOS 5.0, the following are the built-in filters: Blur, ColorEffect, CIAdditionCompositing, CIAffineTransform, CICheckerboardGenerator, CIColorBlendMode, CIColorBurnBlendMode, CIColorControls, CIColorCube, CIColorDodgeBlendMode, CIColorInvert, CIColorMatrix, CIColorMonochrome, CIConstantColorGenerator, CICrop, CIDarkenBlendMode, CIDifferenceBlendMode, CIExclusionBlendMode, CIExposureAdjust, CIFalseColor, CIGammaAdjust, CIGaussianGradient, CIHardLightBlendMode, CIHighlightShadowAdjust, CIHueAdjust, CIHueBlendMode, CILightenBlendMode, CILinearGradient, CILuminosityBlendMode, CIMaximumCompositing, CIMinimumCompositing, CIMultiplyBlendMode, CIMultiplyCompositing, CIOverlayBlendMode, CIRadialGradient, CISaturationBlendMode, CIScreenBlendMode, CISepiaTone, CISoftLightBlendMode, CISourceAtopCompositing, CISourceInCompositing, CISourceOutCompositing, CISourceOverCompositing, CIStraightenFilter, CIStripesGenerator, CITemperatureAndTint, CIToneCurve, CIVibrance, CIVignette and CIWhitePointAdjust.

To create a filter of the specified type, instantiate an instance of one of the above types, assign values to their properties and extract the result by using the OutputImage property.

var sepiaFilter = new CISepiaTone () {
Image = mySourceImage,
Intensity = 0.8f
};

Applies to