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I already have a program that can load png, jpg, bmp and gifs images but it cannot load images in the tiff format. I was wondering if there is a way to display the image in a java program. Any suggestions, examples or links will be greatly appreciated.
Hi, Thanks for your link! But if there could be something already written in java for reading it would have been great. I may use the option given in the link but only if there is no other way! Thats way too complicated!
Hey thanks for the links but the problem is that i am not able to use the JAI library as i don't know how to procede! Any simple example where a tiff is loaded would be great. I'll continue searching a bit. There is something else, if you could tell me how to scan an image from a scanner and save it in the image format i like through my java appl i would not have to load tiff images.