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Date Posted: 11:15:32 07/23/02 Tue
Author: glup
Subject: Working with TIFF

How do I save a complete TIFF, where one page have been modified?

for wPage := 1 to wTif.FrameCount do begin
wTif.CurrentFrame := wPage;
wTif.AppendToStream( aStream );

Saves only the last page! aStream is a TFileStream. After each page do Position and Size of the stream not change.

I want to move pages from one TIFF to another.
How could I insert or delete a page without having to work with a stream when I use allready MultiLoad := true?

I do not have sample files, but what will happen when opening
* a CMYK TIFF (PhotometricInterpretation = 5)
* a YCbCr TIFF (PhotometricInterpretation = 6)
* a TIFF with alpha channel
* a tiled TIFF

How could I write a tiled TIFF?
How address tiles?



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