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2017.08.26 13:56 "Determining use of "w" or "w8" in TIFFOpen", by Paul Hemmer
2017.08.26 14:19 "Re: Determining use of "w" or "w8" in TIFFOpen", by <jcupitt@gmail.com>
2017.08.26 14:54 "Re: Determining use of "w" or "w8" in TIFFOpen", by Paul Hemmer
2017.08.26 15:14 "Re: Determining use of "w" or "w8" in TIFFOpen", by Paavo Helde
2017.08.26 15:22 "Re: Determining use of "w" or "w8" in TIFFOpen", by Paul Hemmer
2017.08.26 15:31 "Re: Determining use of "w" or "w8" in TIFFOpen", by Paul Hemmer
2017.08.26 17:44 "Re: Determining use of "w" or "w8" in TIFFOpen", by Paavo Helde
2017.08.26 15:23 "Re: Determining use of "w" or "w8" in TIFFOpen", by <jcupitt@gmail.com>
2017.08.26 15:31 "Re: Determining use of "w" or "w8" in TIFFOpen", by Roger Leigh
2017.08.26 15:38 "Re: Determining use of "w" or "w8" in TIFFOpen", by Paul Hemmer

2017.08.26 15:31 "Re: Determining use of "w" or "w8" in TIFFOpen", by Paul Hemmer

Thanks again.

My only concern then goes back to the original question.. I'd like to be
able to use BigTIFF only if the final file size demands it.. If the LZW
compression results in a file smaller, it would be best to use regular TIFF
(just knowing my end-users and their workflows).

Is there a practical way to pre-compute what the compressed size would be
before I open the file and begin writing it? (I suspect this question falls
outside the scope of this ListServe.)