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2003.02.28 01:00 "Merge multiple tiff files", by Dan Strandberg
2003.02.28 01:11 "Re: Merge multiple tiff files", by Kevin Myers
2003.02.28 14:23 "Re: Merge multiple tiff files", by Willy Kelleher
2003.02.28 14:37 "Re: Merge multiple tiff files", by Dan Strandberg

2003.02.28 14:37 "Re: Merge multiple tiff files", by Dan Strandberg

I got it working. To stitch the files under eachother was pretty straight forward. Side by side was alot harder with my limmited C++ knowledge. But with a coupple hours of trial and error and asking friends what the error messages meant I just got that working too.

Dan

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Från: "Willy Kelleher" <wkelleher@qualitypayroll.com> Till: "'Dan Strandberg'" <dan@game-editing.net>; <tiff@olympiakos.com> Skickat: den 28 februari 2003 15:23 Ämne: RE: Merge multiple tiff files

I modified one of the utilities that comes with tifflib to do just that I had scanned checks as tiff's that I wanted the front image file merged with the back image file and a single file produced with front over back.

I will look for the code and send it but I may have deleted it

I think I modified tiffcmp to write a 3rd file

I had it load 2 input file's and 1 output for writing I got the wider of the 2 and set the out to that

I set the out height to the total height of 2 inputs I then looped with readscanline and writescanline through the first then second file

closed all and it worked great

Then I wrote a vb app to create a batch file to batch convert approx 200,000 files and all were perfect.

I couldn't find a utility that would do that.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Dan Strandberg [mailto:dan@game-editing.net]
> Sent: Thursday, February 27, 2003 8:01 PM
> To: tiff@olympiakos.com
> Subject: Merge multiple tiff files
>
>
> Hi,
>
> Does anyone have some code to merge multiple tiff files vertically or
> horizontally?
>
> Thanks,
> Dan
>
>
>

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