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#1 Posted : Thursday, December 28, 2006 5:04:41 PM(UTC)
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Can i change the value of strip offset (tag 273) when saving mulitpage tiff file?

I am using C#.net 2003 amd Leadtools 14.5

 

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#2 Posted : Thursday, January 4, 2007 5:32:34 AM(UTC)

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Per the LEADTOOLS .NET help file under the CodecsTiffOptions.CodecsTiffSaveOptions.TileWidth Property...

When saving TIFF files, the size of the tiles or strips saved in the file can be controlled. Some graphic packages cannot load TIFF files unless the files are saved with a certain tile or strip size. LEADTOOLS can load files of any strip and tile size, so modifying these settings is not necessary when saving files that will be loaded with LEADTOOLS.
If the UseTileSize Property is not true, then TileWidth and TileHeight are ignored. In this case, the image will be saved like in the previous versions of LEADTOOLS.
If TileWidth is less than or equal to the image width, the image will be saved as tiles. If TileWidth is greater than the image width, the image will be saved as strips. If the image is saved as tiles, TileHeight controls the height of the tile. If the image is saved as strips, TileHeight controls the height of the strip. The image can be saved as one strip by setting TileHeight to a value greater than the

Please refer to the .NET help file for more information and sample code.

 

 
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