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Date Posted: 07:22:49 10/11/00 Wed
Author: Michel
Subject: Re: Memory Problom
In reply to: JungHoon Seo 's message, "Memory Problom" on 06:33:05 10/11/00 Wed

Hi JungHoon,

Envision reads an image entirely in memory. It is usually windows/video card and driver that have limitations displaying large images, even when the machine has ample memory.

I have noticed though that Windows 2000, seems to be much better with large images. There are other graphic packages (I'm not sure which ones) which display an image by sections, thus avoiding this problem.

Best regards,


> Hello.
> I have tested Envision Example Program with very Large
> Size
> Images(1200dpi, about 125Mbyte, Tiff Format). However,
> I could not read Images because of Memory Program.
> Envision Example Program requires much memory than
> Iamge's Size.
> I have using 256M Ram and Pantium II cpu. I wonder why
> this
> program happens.
> Help me, Please.

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