2009.09.16 00:17 "Re: [Tiff] JPEG images from Dwights sample code", by Chris Cox
If anything, I'd accompany the test files with a small JPEG marked as a preview of what the image should look like (downsample larger images, convert to 8 bit RGB, etc.). Add a readme explaining that these are thumbnails, not exact representations.
On 9/15/09 4:31 PM, "Toby Thain" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
On 15-Sep-09, at 6:48 PM, Kevin Myers wrote:
Brings up an interesting point regarding test images: All test images should probably be accompanied by a text description that provides some details regarding what the image is *supposed* to look like. Otherwise, it may not be apparent to someone testing their application whether the image is being displayed correctly or not. I don't know whether such descriptions have been typically supplied or not...
Or a copy in a relatively predictable file format, like PNG. :)
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