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TIFF + PDF using Java

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Hi Experts,

I am looking for Java-API's OR any sample applications to combine TIFF format file + PDF file = results in PDF / TIFF.
(I am using for Java Stand-alone application).

1. TIFF + PDF --> PDF   OR
2. TIFF + PDF --> TIFF

you help and comments will be appreciated..

Thank you

R.K
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The above link is part of the Java Media API: http://java.sun.com/products/java-media/
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by:rama_krishna580
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Hi,

Thank you for your links and info,
but i am looking for sample Java-Application / JAR files to full fill my problem...anyway i will go through the links u provided.

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by:SlimHealer
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Here's a quick example I cobbled together.

//  MMcDougall
//
//      Example: Use JAI to read in files a tiff and a jpeg file, combinet
//  them and write out a jpeg file  
//
//
//      For the example to work, you need to get a pair of files
//      (tiff and jpeg respectively), and name them appropriately
//
//            ../images/jello.tif
//            ../images/clown800.jpg
//
//

import java.awt.image.RenderedImage;
import java.io.File;
import java.io.FileOutputStream;
import javax.media.jai.JAI;

public class TestCase  {
      final static String currDir = System.getProperty( "user.dir" ) + File.separator + "Images" + File.separator;
      final static String inputFile1 = currDir + "jello.tif";
      final static String inputFile2 = currDir + "clown800.jpg";
      final static String outputFile = currDir + "mixed.jpg";
      
      public static void main(String[] args) {
            RenderedImage img1;
            RenderedImage img2;
            RenderedImage mixed;
            System.out.println(currDir);
            try {
                  System.out.println("Reading " + inputFile1);
                  img1 = JAI.create("fileload", inputFile1);
                  
                  System.out.println("Reading " + inputFile2);
                  img2 = JAI.create("fileload", inputFile2);
                  
                  System.out.println("Combine the imges together.");
                  RenderedImage dst = (RenderedImage)JAI.create("add", img1, img2);
                  
                  System.out.println("writing result to " + outputFile);
                  FileOutputStream stream = new FileOutputStream(outputFile);
                  JAI.create("encode", dst, stream, "JPEG", null);
                  JAI.create("filestore", dst, outputFile, "JPEG", null);
            }
            catch( Exception x) {
                  System.out.println("Unexpected exception " + x);
                  x.printStackTrace();
            }
      }
}
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by:rama_krishna580
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Hi Slim,

Thanks, for your example, but i want exactly..like..i say above..

1. TIFF + PDF --> PDF   OR
2. TIFF + PDF --> TIFF

i am waiting for more responses....

R.K
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by:SlimHealer
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Dow!  Not enough sleep yesterday.  PDF != JPEG, that's for sure.  My example sure looks silly in the clear light of seven hours of sleep and 2 cups of coffee.  Sorry.
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by:rama_krishna580
ID: 11798465
Hi,

If anyone can provide this also, that will be fine...

Convert PDF ---> TIFF or TIFF --> PDF and murging multiple files (TIFF / PDF) together..

R.K
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by:rama_krishna580
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Hi all,

Thanks for your suggestions, actually i have found the solution @ http://itextpdf.sourceforge.net/

So any way thanx for suggestions.

R.K
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by:girionis
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That's almost the same link I posted, isn't it?
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by:rama_krishna580
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Hi girionis,

Ok, i will give u the points....

R.K
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by:girionis
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You don't have to if you feel you haven't been helped. Just ask a question to the community support to PAQ the question and refund the points back to you.
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by:girionis
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BAh.. too slow. Thank you for accepting, but if you still feel there is not enough info here just ask a question to Community Support for PAQ & Refund :)
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