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2003.09.19 07:16 "[Tiff] Stripsize when writing as scanlines (and huge image flipping).", by =?iso-8859-15?B?VuRpbvYgSuRydmVs5A==?=
2003.09.18 10:42 "[Tiff] Stripsize when writing as scanlines (and huge image flipping).", by =?iso-8859-15?B?VuRpbvYgSuRydmVs5A==?=
2003.09.18 13:09 "[Tiff] Stripsize when writing as scanlines (and huge image flipping).", by Frank Warmerdam
2003.09.18 13:28 "[Tiff] Stripsize when writing as scanlines (and huge image flipping).", by =?iso-8859-15?B?VuRpbvYgSuRydmVs5A==?=
2003.09.18 13:38 "[Tiff] Stripsize when writing as scanlines (and huge image flipping).", by Frank Warmerdam

2003.09.19 07:16 "[Tiff] Stripsize when writing as scanlines (and huge image flipping).", by =?iso-8859-15?B?VuRpbvYgSuRydmVs5A==?=

On Thu, Sep 18, 2003 at 09:38:21 -0400, Frank Warmerdam wrote: > V�in� J�rvel� wrote:

> >Sorry, i forgot to mention that i'm using CCITTFAX4 -compression.

>
> V�in�,
>

> Ahh, well that makes for very short runs for the fax compression to take

> advantage of. Also, I think the fax compression is window based (2D). If > so, 1 row strips would be very inefficient.

Is there any other way to have random-access(actually just reverse-access) support for writing or reading of scanlines? Or do i have to change my scanline output routines to pack them into '?' sized strips?

>
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