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Date Posted: 07:30:11 10/06/00 Fri
Author: Michel
Subject: Re: Multi Frame Images
In reply to: Paul Mead 's message, "Multi Frame Images" on 16:52:47 10/05/00 Thu

Hi Paul,

To save without reloading I would recommend not using the TImageScrollBox. Just use a TTiffGrahpic directly. For example, every time you acquire an image,

TiffGraphic.BitmapHandle := HBITMAP;

TiffGraphic.AppendToFile( ... );

You may want to create the TTiffGraphic object globally in your form, or create/destroy it on every acquisition of an image.

Best regards,


> Michel
> As I mention before, we require multipage
> scanning and saving in TIFF format.
> I am having a little trouble though.
> Our scanning software returns a HBITMAP
> handle which I can assign to a Graphic or
> ImageScrollBox. However how can I assign
> multiply images without first saving and
> than reloading.
> Paul

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