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Date Posted: 20:40:01 11/15/05 Tue
Author: Michel
Subject: Re: Saving TIF's with tcNone for compression
In reply to: Jason Chapman 's message, "Saving TIF's with tcNone for compression" on 02:34:53 11/11/05 Fri

Hi Jason,

I am not sure from the info you give what could be the problem.

I am not aware of any issues with the tcNone compression. Double check the Compression property just before saving your file.

Best regards,


>I am evaluating envision for a client (I have used
>earlier versions for doc scanning etc and have been
>very pleased). They have JPG's from a camera and are
>wanting to save them as TIF's for an application.
>They have to be in a very specific format - I thought
>I had cracked it, but the images I save are not
>If I load one of their images and one of mine (theirs
>Theirs: FCurrentTiff.compression = tcNone
>Mine: FCurrentTiff.compression = tcPacked Bits.
>I can't seem to change this. I have:
> FCurrentJPG:=TJpegGraphic.create;
> FCurrentTiff:=TTiffGraphic.create;
> FCurrentTiff.compression:=tcNone;
> FCurrentTiff.RowsPerStrip:=10;
>then later
> FTransResize.ApplyOnDest(image.Graphic,FCurrentTiff);
> FTransColor.Apply(FCurrentTiff);
> //HAve tried the compression line in here as well.
>image is a brightened version of FCurrentJPG.
>Can anyone help?

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