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Date Posted: 11:19:58 01/03/03 Fri
Author: Roberto Nicchi
Subject: Evaluting Envision 2 ....

I'm now evaluating Envision Ver 2

It looks interesting but i have some questions.

Can someone tell me how i can do the following things:

1) find the pixels per inch (DPI) of a jpj or tif file without load all the image.

2) find the dimension in pixels of a jpj or tif file without load all the image.

I see also (reading other messages and trying) that Envision is using a new compression algoritm that is not yet supported from other softwares. I see that tif saved from the demo program can't be opened from my windows XP Imaging or from windows Paint. I think this can be a problem because it can happens that my customers send images by email to other users. Are you planning to do sometthing with this "problem" ?

that's all for now

thank you


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