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How do I get to display tif images in a delphi application. The image component does not recognise the tif format.
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Question by:prosperkach
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by:kretzschmar
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get the graphicex library at www.lischke-online.de
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alassiry earned 100 total points
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one way is to use the imaging ActiveX controls provided with Windows

Components->Import ActiveX-> and select the Imaging Controlss (Kodak or Wang?)

the tifs need to be in files
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by:dJeez
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Have a look at the ImageMagick suite of tools, you can download them at http://www.imagemagick.org). They are free and support TIFF amongst others. It has DLLs available, so it should be possible to write a wrapper for Delphi (if it hasn't been done already).
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by:TAZI
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Hi ..

I make use of the Kodak Imaging components .. as mentioned by alassiry.  They work well for me.

Regards
TAZI
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