AWARE SYSTEMS
TIFF and LibTiff Mail List Archive

Thread

2008.08.11 10:44 "[Tiff] Supporting images > 2gb", by alexander johnson
2008.08.11 16:09 "Re: [Tiff] Supporting images > 2gb", by Bob Friesenhahn
2008.08.19 08:57 "Re: [Tiff] Premature EOL at line 0 of strip 4294967295 (got 0, expected 1728).", by Bogdan Cristea
2008.08.18 12:19 "[Tiff] Premature EOL at line 0 of strip 4294967295 (got 0, expected 1728).", by Bogdan Cristea
2008.08.18 15:43 "Re: [Tiff] Premature EOL at line 0 of strip 4294967295 (got 0, expected 1728).", by Bob Friesenhahn
2008.08.18 16:28 "[Tiff] Re: large number in warning for tif_decoderow", by Richard Nolde

2008.08.11 10:44 "[Tiff] Supporting images > 2gb", by alexander johnson

Hi,

Im trying to support images between 2gb and 4 gb. I've seen some reference to this in previous posts but I'm still unsure how to enable these larger files. From what I can tell offset needs to be set to unsigned to enable this. Is there anything else I need to do? Is there a particular version of libtiff I need to use to do this? I looked at 3.8.2 and it doesnt seem to have any of the functions required to support the larger files eg fseek64. Older versions like 3.5.5 seem to only support these larger files for Unix by setting USE_64BIT_API to 1 in tiffconf.h. I tried to use the bigtiff version 4.0 to open the larger files and had no luck with that.

Any suggestions?

Kind Regards

--
Alex