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2006.04.04 16:50 "BigTIFF Suggestion", by Larry Michaels
2006.04.04 21:33 "Re: BigTIFF Suggestion", by Chris Cox
2006.04.04 21:56 "Re: BigTIFF Suggestion", by Joris Van Damme
2006.04.05 01:59 "Re: BigTIFF Suggestion", by Bob Friesenhahn
2006.04.05 02:22 "Re: BigTIFF Suggestion", by Joris Van Damme
2006.04.06 09:46 "Re: BigTIFF Suggestion", by Gerben Vos
2006.04.06 15:11 "Re: BigTIFF Suggestion", by Bob Friesenhahn
2006.04.14 17:44 "Re: BigTIFF Suggestion", by <melser.anton@gmail.com>
2006.04.14 18:13 "Re: BigTIFF Suggestion", by Joris Van Damme
2006.04.15 10:18 "Re: BigTIFF Suggestion", by <melser.anton@gmail.com>
2006.04.04 22:09 "Re: BigTIFF Suggestion", by Frank Warmerdam
2006.04.04 22:14 "Re: BigTIFF Suggestion", by Larry Michaels
2006.04.04 22:24 "Re: BigTIFF Suggestion", by Joris Van Damme
2006.04.04 22:34 "Re: BigTIFF Suggestion", by Larry Michaels
2006.04.04 22:42 "Re: BigTIFF Suggestion", by Joris Van Damme
2006.04.04 23:07 "Re: BigTIFF Suggestion", by Larry Michaels
2006.04.05 00:17 "Re: BigTIFF Suggestion", by Joris Van Damme
2006.04.05 02:25 "Re: BigTIFF Suggestion", by Joris Van Damme
2006.04.05 11:12 "Re: BigTIFF Suggestion", by Leonard Rosenthol
2006.04.05 16:13 "Re: BigTIFF Suggestion", by Bill Bither

2006.04.06 15:11 "Re: BigTIFF Suggestion", by Bob Friesenhahn

> > ImageMagick's MIFF format (extension via pure concatenation)
>
> Sorry, I'm too lazy at the moment to go and read the ImageMagick source,
> but in the light of Joris' recent comments, I wonder how you handle
> that reliably, if it's really pure TIFF concatenation. I mean, there's
> nothing in a TIFF that tells you the size of the file, so the only
> way would be to either scan for the TIFF signature (dangerous),
> or to determine the "last" offset that isn't referred to anywhere
> (complicated, and with the image deletion problem Joris sketched).

ImageMagick's MIFF has nothing to do with TIFF.  MIFF is a rather 
simple format in which a sequence is comprised of the same stuff which 
forms a stand-alone image, but concatenated together.

Bob
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