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#1 Posted : Thursday, February 16, 2023 4:46:05 PM(UTC)
sarteleb

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I have an application where I download a TIFF from a webservice, save it off to the client's file structure, then load it up to display in the RasterImageViewer


Leadtools.Codecs.RasterCodecs.Startup();
using( Leadtools.Codecs.RasterCodecs codecs = new Leadtools.Codecs.RasterCodecs() )
{
imageViewer.Image = codecs.Load( filePath );
}

If I view the image through windows photo viewer or any other image viewer for that matter the document appears completely fine. It is only within the RasterImageViewer that we experience the loss in quality.

Can this be helped?

I have attached a screen shot of the same block of text in the image viewer as well as in regular windows photo viewer. text from RasterImageViewer.pngtext from windows photo viewer.png
 

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#2 Posted : Friday, February 17, 2023 10:27:34 AM(UTC)

Nick  
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Hello,

I have reached out to you via email for additional information. Do note the call to RasterCodecs.Startup() has been deprecated for several versions of the toolkit. Could you clarify what version of the toolkit you're using?
Nick Crook
Developer Support Engineer
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