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2003.01.30 01:34 "Re: tiffcp problems", by Peter Montgomery
2003.01.30 01:28 "Re: tiffcp problems", by Peter Montgomery
2003.01.29 12:53 "tiffcp problems", by Ray Pixley
2003.01.31 17:54 "Re: tiffcp problems", by Ray Pixley
2003.02.01 00:29 "Re: tiffcp problems", by Peter Montgomery
2003.02.04 03:30 "tiffset.exe instructions (was Re: tiffcp problems)", by Ray Pixley
2003.02.04 08:55 "Re: tiffset.exe instructions (was Re: tiffcp problems)", by Andrey Kiselev
2003.02.07 03:04 "Re: tiffset.exe instructions (was Re: tiffcp problems)", by Jason Summers
2003.02.04 21:39 "Re: tiffset.exe instructions (was Re: tiffcp problems)", by Peter Montgomery
2003.02.07 01:37 "Re: tiffset.exe instructions (was Re: tiffcp problems)", by Ray Pixley
2003.02.07 03:55 "Re: tiffset.exe instructions (was Re: tiffcp problems)", by Peter Montgomery
2003.02.07 14:11 "Re: tiffset.exe instructions (was Re: tiffcp problems)", by Ray Pixley

2003.01.29 12:53 "tiffcp problems", by Ray Pixley

I tried using tiffcp to convert monochrome files to Group 4 compression. Unfortunately, in Imagining, the results are inverted, i.e. white letters on black background rather than black letters on white background. Tiffinfo says that the Photometric Interpretation tag is set to "min-is-black". As far as I can tell, it should be "min-is-white"

I have a lot of files to convert and would like to batch convert them similiar to the way tiffcp can be used. Is there a batchable (if that's a word) utility program, perhaps in libtiff, that can be used to fix this "feature"?

Second question: are there libtiff subroutines available that could be used with VBA?

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