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2002.05.09 14:30 "Orientation and Tiled images?", by Michael O'rourke
2002.05.09 15:24 "Re: Orientation and Tiled images?", by Jon Saxton
2002.05.09 16:10 "Re: Orientation and Tiled images?", by Peter Nielsen
2002.05.09 22:04 "Re: Orientation and Tiled images?", by Michael O'rourke
2002.05.10 10:10 "Re: Orientation and Tiled images?", by Andrey Kiselev
2002.05.10 13:01 "Re: Orientation and Tiled images?", by Peter Nielsen
2002.05.10 13:29 "Re: Orientation and Tiled images?", by Michael O'rourke
2002.05.10 15:21 "Re: Orientation and Tiled images?", by Andrey Kiselev
2002.05.13 19:12 "Re: Orientation and Tiled images?", by Antonio E Scuri
2002.05.13 20:43 "Fwd: Re: tsmAPI and LibTIFF", by Antonio E Scuri
2002.05.13 21:36 "Re: Fwd: Re: tsmAPI and LibTIFF", by Peter Nielsen

2002.05.10 10:10 "Re: Orientation and Tiled images?", by Andrey Kiselev

> The file in question here is, I believe, a file I got from someone on this
> list about 9-12 months ago to test out ycc support. The file is a
> satellite picture of the san francisco bay area and is ycc and tiled and
> about 893 KB.
> 
> Does that file sound familiar to anybody on this list? I'd like to find
> out the app creator since it is not generating the file correctly.

Do you speak about this images:
http://www.ai.sri.com/cgi-bin/digitalearth/list.pl?dir=sfbay.oi

It is important to finally determine order of reading lines in bottom-left
orientation. I think that the first line of the first tile of the
bottom-left oriented image should be last line in the rendered image.
TIFFGetRGBAImage() function in the latest libtiff works in such way (and
above images rendered correctly). Is it right?

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