Availability of sTog Palace Manuscript Kanjur on CD-ROM
rbm49 at EXT.CANTERBURY.AC.NZ
Thu Apr 29 21:46:51 UTC 2004
On Thu, Apr 29, 2004 at 03:04:14AM +0200, Birgit Kellner wrote:
> I haven't worked a lot with TIFF-data; could you perhaps spell out
> some of the things one could do with these TIFF-files - apart from
> converting them into other formats?
I haven't much to add to Stefan's summary except to note that I've
found multi-page TIFF files especially useful. These days I tend to
spend more time in front of scanners than photocopiers.
The following links give general information.
i.) LibTIFF - TIFF Library and Utilities :
ii.) TIFF Tools Overview :
N.B. in addition to the tools detailed above, recent versions of
libtiff (tiff-v3.6.1 on my beast) contain `tiff2pdf'. This can convert
a multi-page TIFF file into a PDF file.
For viewing TIFF images you could use :
For manipulating TIFF images -- and a number of other formats -- you
could try the VIPS and NIP image processing system :
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