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Digitized Rendered Graphics / TIFF Files ?

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How do I create procedures to read, write, zoom in, zoom out, and pan TIFF files (geoTiff or 6.0).

Any help would be greatly appreciated

Shane Holmes
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First off you'll need a good book like "The Encyclopoedia of Graphics File Formats"  This will cover everything you need to know on reading/writing TIFF files.

What kind of specs are you looking for in your zooms?  Do you want to smooth the pixels as you zoom or is it good enough to just show the image in a 'blockier' state on each zoom?
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oops...didn't mean to make that an answer...meant to make it a comment.
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I don't understand why you graded me.  I don't think I gave you much of an answer...you would have been better off rejecting my answer.

I don't think I supplied you with the information you were looking for.

If you want, you can continue to add comments to this question and I will continue to supply answers as best I can.
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