C-API: TIFF photometric interpretation

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cs_rol
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C-API: TIFF photometric interpretation

Post by cs_rol » 2007-01-16T04:50:56-07:00

Hi!

Is it possible to geht the photometric interpretation of a tiff image? I didn't find something related on the internet.

If i use "identify" the photometric interpretation is put out. Is there a possibility to access this information within a c-program?

thanks!
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Post by cs_rol » 2007-01-24T06:24:25-07:00

*push*

farmkittie

Re: C-API: TIFF photometric interpretation

Post by farmkittie » 2007-02-20T10:58:03-07:00

What does *push* mean? (I'm referring to the previous post). I am also interested in the photometric tag. I am hoping that if I can check this/set this, that I can fix the problem I am having with images inverting (negative images resulting after processing wiuth Image::Magick). If this turns out to be the case, then it will mean that there is a "flag" in the TIFF file that causes the image to turn if the flag is set one way and not turn if the flag is set the other way. An on/off flag.

thanks.

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