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RE: [PanoToolsNG] Re: Hugin and GIMP, multipage .tiff's?

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  • PanoToolsNG.10.m8@spamgourmet.com
    Interesting. Is this the same as the multipage TIFFs? I have scanned in a few comics and used a TIFF file to hold the comic. I think a few Fax programs store
    Message 1 of 10 , Jan 24, 2007
      Interesting.
      Is this the same as the multipage TIFFs?
      I have scanned in a few comics and used a TIFF file to hold the comic.
      I think a few Fax programs store the fax in a multipage TIFF too.


      )-----Original Message-----
      )From: dmgalpha
      )
      )--- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com
      )JD Smith <jdsmith@...
      )> wrote:
      )>
      )>
      )> At least Preview on OSX treats multi-layer TIFFs in this way
      )as well,
      )> so my impression is that it's at least the de facto interpretation.
      )> Inability to save is the biggest problem, but there is movement in
      )> that camp, and I believe Cinepaint does allow it. For me,
      )despite the
      )> inconveniences, multi-layer TIFF is the most usable format.
      )If I used
      )> Photoshop, that preference might be different.
      )>
      )
      )Hi JD,
      )
      )I didn't know preview supported the format! But you will
      )notice that preview does not stack the images. THey are
      )considered independent of each other and the preview only
      )shows you one layer at a time. Which is exactly what I
      )mentioned: that tiff_multiple are just a collection of images
      )in a single file.
      )
      )dmg

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