2013.06.11 10:15 "Re: [Tiff] Fwd: Detection of corrupted TIFF files bug", by Jürgen_Buchmüller
Am Dienstag, den 11.06.2013, 11:25 +0300 schrieb Christos Charalambous:
The resolution is about 1280x672. The images that have this resolution more or less are identified as corrupted. I have 3 GB ram on my system. Is it possible that the ReadRGBAImage process is using all my ram?
You could just install an error message handler (callback) for your 'image' instance of Tiff and look at the messages sent by libtiff. Is this C++ you're using? You probably need a static member for which you can obtain a function pointer to pass in to TIFFSetErrorHandler.
I believe that in case of a lack of memory you will see a specific message there.