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Date Posted: 21:06:03 08/01/00 Tue
Author: Chris Swinney
Subject: Re: Envision Library Oddities (but new user as well!)
In reply to: Michel 's message, "Re: Envision Library Oddities (but new user as well!)" on 07:22:42 08/01/00 Tue

I've spent a little time away from this but I think the answer is no. From what I remember, I changed the code so as too force the tiff file to be saved as jpeg compresion (I have a feeling that by default this does not happen). The first thing I did was try to reopen the resultant image in the demo, and after no joy tried imageing which worked! Give us a few days to get back to this so I can figure out exactly what I did and I shall report back.

Cheers again

> Hi Chris,
> I'm a bit confused about this. I think the image must
> have been saved again by windows imaging to use
> compression tag 6. The libtiff library (on which the
> Envision tiff support is based), does not support tag
> 6, so it cannot write an image with compression tag 6.
> If you just save the image in the demo, and reload it,
> that does work?

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