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MTImagePicker

A WeiXin like multiple imagepicker and video picker using either PhotoKit or AssetsLibrary

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MTImagePicker

A WeiXin like multiple image and video picker which is compatible for iOS7+.You can use either ALAssetsLibrary or Photos framework by setting the source of MTImagePickerController.

Demo

demo

Requirement

  • iOS7.0+
  • Build success in Xcode 9.2 Swift 4.0

Installation

  • There is no ohter dependency in MTImagePicker.Recommanded Simply drag the MTImagePicker/MTImagePicker folder to your project.
  • MTImagePicker is also available through CocoaPods. However using CocoaPod in Swift project required dynamic framework therefore iOS8.0+ is needed.To install it, simply add the following line to your Podfile:
source 'https://github.com/CocoaPods/Specs.git'
platform :ios, '8.0'
use_frameworks!
pod 'MTImagePicker', '~> 3.0.2'

Usage

  • The MTImagePicker is similiar to UIImagePickerController.It's easy to use the image picker following the sample code in demo like below
let imagePicker = MTImagePickerController.instance
imagePicker.mediaTypes = [MTImagePickerMediaType.Photo,MTImagePickerMediaType.Video]
imagePicker.imagePickerDelegate = self
imagePicker.maxCount = 10 // max select count
imagePicker.defaultShowCameraRoll = true // when set to true would show Camera Roll Album like WeChat by default. 
  • You can use either ALAssetsLibrary or Photos framework by setting the source of MTImagePickerController
//default is MTImagePickerSource.ALAsset
imagePicker.source = MTImagePickerSource.ALAsset
//imagePicker.source = MTImagePickerSource.Photos (Work on iOS8+)
  • Call presentViewController
self.presentViewController(imagePicker, animated: true, completion: nil)
  • Implement the delegate method accordding to the source.
@objc protocol MTImagePickerControllerDelegate:NSObjectProtocol {

    // Implement it when setting source to MTImagePickerSource.ALAsset
    optional func imagePickerController(picker:MTImagePickerController, didFinishPickingWithAssetsModels models:[MTImagePickerAssetsModel])
    
    // Implement it when setting source to MTImagePickerSource.Photos
    @available(iOS 8.0, *)
    optional func imagePickerController(picker:MTImagePickerController, didFinishPickingWithPhotosModels models:[MTImagePickerPhotosModel])
    
    optional func imagePickerControllerDidCancel(picker: MTImagePickerController)
}

TODO

  • Add Albums selecting support. Done.

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