Tiff tools

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IP
Oct 18, 2005
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I’m looking for:
– tool to convert tiff file format (a need only read and save) – read tiff files
– OS indepentend (work on win and linux), but would be separate tools for win and linux
– commandline control (read/save)
– free fee

For win I can’t found any that tools. No any works with commandline.

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jenelisepasceci
Oct 19, 2005
IP wrote:

I’m looking for:
– tool to convert tiff file format (a need only read and save) – read tiff files
– OS indepentend (work on win and linux), but would be separate tools for win and linux
– commandline control (read/save)
– free fee

For win I can’t found any that tools. No any works with commandline.

Did you try ImageMagick? It is free, it is command line orientated and it is available for Unix and Windows.

Look at http://www.imagemagick.org/script/index.php

Peter
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Nicolas Rudaz
Oct 19, 2005
In article <dj2dt7$i7a$>, IP wrote:

I’m looking for:
– tool to convert tiff file format (a need only read and save) – read tiff files
– OS indepentend (work on win and linux), but would be separate tools for win and linux
– commandline control (read/save)
– free fee

Have you tried LibTIFF ?
<http://www.remotesensing.org/libtiff/>
It’s a free library that comes with a basic set of command-line tools: <http://www.remotesensing.org/libtiff/tools.html>

NR



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IP
Oct 20, 2005
Nicolas Rudaz napisał(a):
In article <dj2dt7$i7a$>, IP wrote:

I’m looking for:
– tool to convert tiff file format (a need only read and save) – read tiff files
– OS indepentend (work on win and linux), but would be separate tools for win and linux
– commandline control (read/save)
– free fee

Have you tried LibTIFF ?
<http://www.remotesensing.org/libtiff/>
It’s a free library that comes with a basic set of command-line tools: <http://www.remotesensing.org/libtiff/tools.html>
Yes I have, but it does not work corretly with my tiffs.
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toby
Oct 21, 2005
IP wrote:
Nicolas Rudaz napisa³(a):
In article <dj2dt7$i7a$>, IP wrote:

I’m looking for:
– tool to convert tiff file format (a need only read and save) – read tiff files
– OS indepentend (work on win and linux), but would be separate tools for win and linux
– commandline control (read/save)
– free fee

Have you tried LibTIFF ?
<http://www.remotesensing.org/libtiff/>
It’s a free library that comes with a basic set of command-line tools: <http://www.remotesensing.org/libtiff/tools.html>
Yes I have, but it does not work corretly with my tiffs.

*Or*, as I posted in a.g.p, your data is corrupt. As far as I could see, libtiff was only ‘warning’ about ‘premature EOL’, which rather hints at bad data. There is nothing ‘strange’ about a G3 compressed TIFF as far as libtiff is concerned.

If you can show libtiff is incorrectly processing a valid TIFF, you should report a bug. It may take a little effort to confirm the correctness of your CCITT data however. Do other tools read it correctly? If so, are you sure they are not concealing inconsistencies where libtiff is being more strict?

–T
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Jan
Oct 21, 2005
"IP" wrote in message
I’m looking for:
– tool to convert tiff file format (a need only read and save) – read tiff files
– OS indepentend (work on win and linux), but would be separate tools for win and linux
– commandline control (read/save)
– free fee

For win I can’t found any that tools. No any works with commandline.

Netpbm / pbmplus.
I’ve used it in (a distant past) on Unix and Windows
It’s free and its a big set commandline utilities

Jan
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IP
Oct 22, 2005
toby napisał(a):
IP wrote:

Nicolas Rudaz napisa³(a):

In article <dj2dt7$i7a$>, IP wrote:

I’m looking for:
– tool to convert tiff file format (a need only read and save) – read tiff files
– OS indepentend (work on win and linux), but would be separate tools for win and linux
– commandline control (read/save)
– free fee

Have you tried LibTIFF ?
<http://www.remotesensing.org/libtiff/>
It’s a free library that comes with a basic set of command-line tools: <http://www.remotesensing.org/libtiff/tools.html>
Yes I have, but it does not work corretly with my tiffs.

*Or*, as I posted in a.g.p, your data is corrupt. As far as I could see, libtiff was only ‘warning’ about ‘premature EOL’, which rather hints at bad data. There is nothing ‘strange’ about a G3 compressed TIFF as far as libtiff is concerned.

If you can show libtiff is incorrectly processing a valid TIFF, you should report a bug. It may take a little effort to confirm the correctness of your CCITT data however. Do other tools read it correctly? If so, are you sure they are not concealing inconsistencies where libtiff is being more strict?
Thanks.
I only had to use some parameters with the libtiffs

For example: tiffcp.exe -c g3 -r 100 a/test.tif a/test2.tif

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