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How to convert TIFF file to GIF or JPG file in JAVA?

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I have a TIFF file i want to display it in symantec imageviewer but i am not able to display.

I am able to display GIF and JPG in it.
So how to convert TIFF to GIF or JPG file in java.
please send me the solution.
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Question by:Narendranath
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by:mohan_sekar
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Hi,

    I can send u .zip file which contains two java files along with the source code for converting any image type into .jpg provided if u can give me 100 points.

bye
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by:jorj
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Use a library already developed by one of these :

http://www.vlc.com.au/~justin/java/images/
http://www.lizardworks.com/libs.html

..and most important:
http://rsb.info.nih.gov/ij/

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Regarding the Java Advanced Imaging, I've looked at the programming guide dated Nov 1999. It seems that although you can read a GIF file, there is no option of saving an image file in GIF format.
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