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2010.04.29 23:38 "Re: "flexible" mode in TIFFClientOpen ?", by Dmitry Fedorov
2010.04.29 23:59 "Re: "flexible" mode in TIFFClientOpen ?", by Toby Thain
2010.04.30 01:35 "Re: "flexible" mode in TIFFClientOpen ?", by Dmitry Fedorov
2010.04.30 02:48 "Flexible Mode", by Richard Nolde
2010.04.30 03:09 "Re: Flexible Mode", by Dmitry Fedorov
2010.04.30 03:30 "Re: Flexible Mode", by Toby Thain
2010.04.30 18:23 "Re: Flexible Mode", by Chris Cox
2010.04.30 00:37 "Re: "flexible" mode in TIFFClientOpen ?", by Bob Friesenhahn
2010.04.30 01:23 "Re: "flexible" mode in TIFFClientOpen ?", by Dmitry Fedorov

2010.04.30 18:23 "Re: Flexible Mode", by Chris Cox

<sarcasm>
Are you kidding?
The intern writing their file format code would never stoop to reading
documentation!
</sarcasm>

Seriously, even some very large, well known companies can't seem to follow
the spec.

Chris




On 4/29/10 8:30 PM, "Toby Thain" <toby@telegraphics.com.au> wrote:

> 
> On 30-Apr-10, at 1:09 PM, Dmitry Fedorov wrote:
> 
>>> Would it work for you to simply reset the incorrect tags with
>>> tiffset to
>>> make the files compliant?
>> 
>> This is not suitable for many reasons, 1) one is that there are MANY
>> microscopes producing hundreds of large 5D images (at least 200MB a
>> file) on a daily basis 2) asking people to run some tool on their
>> images prior to operation is not feasible, we already struggle
>> offering easy-to-use alternative open source software 3) pure
>> knowledge that somebody will modify their file makes biologists
>> shiver, 4) these changes may make the file unreadable by Zeiss's
>> proprietary software and 5) the palette is just one of many examples
>> of incompatibilities (Zeiss is not the only producer of these images).
> 
> 
> Sounds like some equipment manufacturers need to Google "TIFF
> specification".
> 
> --Toby
> 
> 
>> 
>> Dmitry
>> -- 
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