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2005.01.07 20:18 "JPEG (T.30-E, fax) in TIFF", by Lee Howard
2005.01.08 02:36 "Re: JPEG (T.30-E, fax) in TIFF", by Joris Van Damme
2005.01.08 16:36 "Re: JPEG (T.30-E, fax) in TIFF", by Lee Howard
2005.01.08 23:03 "Re: JPEG (T.30-E, fax) in TIFF", by Joris Van Damme
2005.01.09 05:46 "Re: JPEG (T.30-E, fax) in TIFF", by Lee Howard
2005.01.13 13:41 "Re: JPEG (T.30-E, fax) in TIFF", by Joris Van Damme
2005.01.13 15:21 "Re: JPEG (T.30-E, fax) in TIFF", by Lee Howard
2005.01.21 20:44 "Re: JPEG (T.30-E, fax) in TIFF", by Andrey Kiselev
2005.01.21 22:19 "Re: JPEG (T.30-E, fax) in TIFF", by Lee Howard
2005.01.14 02:22 "Re: JPEG (T.30-E, fax) in TIFF", by Joris Van Damme
2005.01.14 04:52 "Re: JPEG (T.30-E, fax) in TIFF", by Lee Howard
2005.01.20 23:41 "Re: JPEG (T.30-E, fax) in TIFF", by Lee Howard
2005.02.08 17:02 "Re: JPEG (T.30-E, fax) in TIFF", by Joris Van Damme
2005.02.08 18:38 "Re: JPEG (T.30-E, fax) in TIFF", by Lee Howard
2005.01.21 20:30 "Re: JPEG (T.30-E, fax) in TIFF", by Lee Howard

2005.01.21 20:44 "Re: JPEG (T.30-E, fax) in TIFF", by Andrey Kiselev

On Thu, Jan 13, 2005 at 07:21:51AM -0800, Lee Howard wrote:
> I've also produced the TIFF without the weird usage of 
> TIFFWriteRawStrip, and the problem persists.  Instead, the problem 
> seems to do with the SamplesPerPixel tag, as I've noted before.  When 
> it's set to "1" then I only get one value in 
> StripOffsets/StripByteCounts.  When it's set to "3" then I get three 
> values in each.  This happens no matter what I do with 
> TIFFWriteRawStrip.

Hi, Lee,

You should set at least one of these two tags: ImageHeight or
RowsPerStrip. If you skip both libtiff makes assumption that you have a
strip for every component. I don't know why libtiff operates in such
way, probably there was some reasoning in the first place. So just set
the ImageHeight and problem should go away.

Best regards,
Andrey

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