Creates a bitmap image from data supplied by a data provider.
- iOS 2.0+
- macOS 10.0+
- Mac Catalyst 13.0+
- tvOS 9.0+
- watchOS 2.0+
- Core Graphics
The width, in pixels, of the required image.
The height, in pixels, of the required image
The number of bits for each component in a source pixel. For example, if the source image uses the RGBA-32 format, you would specify 8 bits per component.
The total number of bits in a source pixel. This value must be at least
bitstimes the number of components per pixel.
The number of bytes of memory for each horizontal row of the bitmap.
The color space for the image. The color space is retained; on return, you may safely release it.
A constant that specifies whether the bitmap should contain an alpha channel and its relative location in a pixel, along with whether the components are floating-point or integer values.
The source of data for the bitmap. For information about supported data formats, see the discussion below. The provider is retained; on return, you may safely release it.
The decode array for the image. If you do not want to allow remapping of the image’s color values, pass
NULLfor the decode array. For each color component in the image’s color space (including the alpha component), a decode array provides a pair of values denoting the upper and lower limits of a range. For example, the decode array for a source image in the RGB color space would contain six entries total, consisting of one pair each for red, green, and blue. When the image is rendered, Core Graphics uses a linear transform to map the original component value into a relative number within your designated range that is appropriate for the destination color space.
A Boolean value that specifies whether interpolation should occur. The interpolation setting specifies whether Core Graphics should apply a pixel-smoothing algorithm to the image. Without interpolation, the image may appear jagged or pixelated when drawn on an output device with higher resolution than the image data.
A rendering intent constant that specifies how Core Graphics should handle colors that are not located within the gamut of the destination color space of a graphics context. The rendering intent determines the exact method used to map colors from one color space to another. For descriptions of the defined rendering-intent constants, see
A new bitmap image. You are responsible for releasing this object by calling
The data provider should provide raw data that matches the format specified by the other input parameters. To use encoded data (for example, from a file specified by a URL-based data provider), see
For information on supported pixel formats, see Quartz 2D Programming Guide.