2008.02.11 07:43 "[Tiff] TIFFReadRGBAImage rendering upside-down", by Mick O'Neill

2008.02.11 15:52 "[Tiff] Help with TIFFWriteScanline()", by James Sumners

I've written a program[1] that reads a grayscale image into memory and it to another file. The problem is that the new image is writes

multiple copies of the original image in the same pixel space. It's a difficult to describe. Included in the zip is "fractal_gs.tiff", bit

the original image, and "fractal_gs_2.tiff", the copy.

If I try to write the new image with TIFFWriteRawStrip() I get append Using TIFFWriteScanline() I get an image, just not the one I errors.

expect. What am I doing wrong?

[1] -- http://student.claytonstate.net/~jsumners/files/tiff_copy.zip

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