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#1 Posted : Tuesday, November 7, 2006 6:49:56 AM(UTC)
sosoprince

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Can i change the the first multi-tiff file offset to 4

Since i notice that when i save the multi-tiff file, the offset is always 8

 

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#2 Posted : Tuesday, November 7, 2006 7:36:05 AM(UTC)

GregR  
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I'm not completely sure what you are trying to do and what the problem is here.  Could you please explain in more detail?  Is this offset a tag?  Could you take a screenshot so I can see exactly what it is you are trying to change (any files posted to the forum must be in a .ZIP file)?
 
#3 Posted : Tuesday, November 7, 2006 10:26:17 PM(UTC)
sosoprince

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what i mean to say is the IFD of the first image. Now leadtools generated the offset to 8
Can i change it to start from 4 ?

 
#4 Posted : Friday, November 10, 2006 5:21:22 AM(UTC)

GregR  
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No, you cannot set the IFD to less than 8.  This is because the TIFF header is 8 bytes long (0 - 7), so the smallest offset you can have is the 9th byte (8).  The tag you are talking about is 4 bytes long, (4-7).  Here is a link to a PDF of the TIFF 6.0 specifications:

http://partners.adobe.com/public/developer/en/tiff/TIFF6.pdf
 
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