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Date Posted: 21:18:42 05/16/02 Thu
Author: Thierry
Subject: Re: conversion from tiff with compression tag 6
In reply to: Dave 's message, "Re: conversion from tiff with compression tag 6" on 19:54:43 03/08/02 Fri

>You do know you can call the Kodak API don't you?
>There is a
>object.SaveAs Image
>method that will help you out here.
>Do you know someone with Windows '95? They have the
>.hlp file for the API calls (wangocxd.hlp). Some of
>the API has changed between '95 and w2k/'98, but for a
>simple conversion, you should be okay.
>If you get stuck finding the API, email me and I'll
>give you some code.
>Remove the -.NoSpamThanks.-
>>Hi Robert,
>>I believe this is the obsolete JPG compression, and
>>Envision will not read it. I am quite sure the high
>>end imaging libraries like LeadTool and Accusoft
>>should read it and allow you to create a batch
>>Best regards,
>>>is there a way to convert (by batch) a lot ( a few
>>>1000) of tiff files with the compression tag 6 (Kodak
>>>Imaging) to a more recent tiff specification or to
>>>another file format e.g. jpeg, gif)?
>>>the only way i´ve heard about, is to convert via
>>>Imaging one by one!

No there are a lot of application that can do that for you. One of them is Paint Shop Pro, Adobe Photoshop, etc...

They provide batch conversion options.

Hope this helps!


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