2006.12.16 10:14 "[Tiff] Order of Image IFD and Strip Data", by Anurag Singh

2006.12.20 01:22 "Re: [Tiff] Order of Image IFD and Strip Data", by Frank Warmerdam

Hello All


If you want an exact copy then skip libtiff, and just copy the file directly.

There are some things you can do with libtiff to try and influence the order in which things are written, and by default it will write the image data starting at byte 8, and put the tags and directory after the image data. (based on a test with tiffcp anyways).

But basically Joris is right, fiddling about with ordering dependencies is a short road to misery.

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