2007.12.21 21:58 "Re: [Tiff] tiffcp usage", by Winston Lee
I used the wrong picture viewer, could only see one page each time.
Thanks all and Merry Christmas
On Dec 21, 2007 2:00 PM, Declan Shanaghy <email@example.com> wrote:
Seems like you're adding in some options that are nto needed. For simple concatenation of file1 and file2 you can do this
tiffcp file1.tiff file2.tiff outfile.tiff
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> *Subject:* [Tiff] tiffcp usage
I am a beginner and found libtiff is really useful for one of our projects.
Then I read the documentation and did some research on this.
When I tried to use "tiffcp" to combine two or several tiff files together,
I always got some errors like "not a tiff file"
I downloaded two new tiff files and tried again, this time, I got a bigger
tiff file, but, after open it, I found it is still the first file, not two
Please help me on this tiffcp usage, thanks a lot. I searched all the
mailing archive and read the man page of the tiffcp, but still could not get
Thanks a lot
<following is from the usage of tiffcp, it did not work for me, I wondered
whether I had several corrupted files.)
For example, -c lzw:2 to get LZW-encoded data with horizontal differencing
Note that input filenames may be of the form filename,x,y,z
where x, y, and z specify image numbers in the filename to copy.
example: tiffcp -c none -b esp.tif,1 esp.tif,0 test.tif
subtract 2nd image in esp.tif from 1st yielding uncompressed result