The function cvMixChannels is a generalized form of cvSplit and cvMerge and some forms of cvCvtColor. It can be used to change the order of the planes, add/remove alpha channel, extract or insert a single plane or multiple planes etc.

Namespace: Emgu.CV
Assembly: Emgu.CV (in Emgu.CV.dll) Version: (


public static void cvMixChannels(
	IntPtr[] src,
	IntPtr[] dst,
	int[] fromTo
Visual Basic
Public Shared Sub cvMixChannels ( 
	src As IntPtr(),
	dst As IntPtr(),
	fromTo As Integer()
Visual C++
static void cvMixChannels(
	array<IntPtr>^ src, 
	array<IntPtr>^ dst, 
	array<int>^ fromTo
static member cvMixChannels : 
        src : IntPtr[] * 
        dst : IntPtr[] * 
        fromTo : int[] -> unit 


Type: array<System..::..IntPtr>[]()[][]
The array of input arrays.
Type: array<System..::..IntPtr>[]()[][]
The array of output arrays
Type: array<System..::..Int32>[]()[][]
The array of pairs of indices of the planes copied. from_to[k*2] is the 0-based index of the input plane, and from_to[k*2+1] is the index of the output plane, where the continuous numbering of the planes over all the input and over all the output arrays is used. When from_to[k*2] is negative, the corresponding output plane is filled with 0's.

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