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imagecopymerge — Merges two images.


imagecopymerge(source, destination, destination, destination, source, source, source width, source height, percentage);
int source: Source image identifier
int destination: Destination image identifier
int destination: Destination image starting x coordinate
int destination: Destination image starting y coordinate
int source: Source image starting x coordinate
int source: Source image starting y coordinate
int source width: Source image portion width
int source height: Source image portion height
int percentage: Amount of merge


TRUE on success


Merges one part of an image with either a new image or the same image, depending on the image identifier used. The percentage parameter specifies the amount of "merging." If the percentage specified is 100%, essentially the same operation as imagecopy() is performed.


Existing since version 4.0.1


Example 405. Merge two images

header("Content-type: image/png");
$im = imagecreatefrompng($uploaded_image);
// merge the same image onto itself
imagecopymerge($im, $im, 150, 150, 10, 10, 40, 40, 10);

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