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How to convert TIFF to JPEG

Hi,
    I need a free Java solution that could convert a TIFF file to JPEG file.  (Strictly no SWING or AWT, please).  Appreciate your help.

 Regards,
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girionisCommented:
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armoghanCommented:
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girionisCommented:
Or this one: http://www.catenary.com/howto/tif2jpeg.html (sampel code in VB, C++ and Java)
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mjmohanAuthor Commented:
Guys,
    As per the requirements in that web page, it says "Requires Victor Image Processing Library v 5.3 or higher, the Victor Java Native Interface vic.zip and Java 2.".  Again, Victor Image Processing Library is not a freeware, I suppose. Please clarify.

 Regards,
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girionisCommented:
Yes, you are right, it's not free. I didn't pay enough attention to "free" word in your requirement. Did you look at the first link I posted?
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girionisCommented:
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girionisCommented:
Especialyl this one: http://rsb.info.nih.gov/ij/ (free for non-commercial use)
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mjmohanAuthor Commented:
Hi,
    Thanks for your help.  But, JAI uses Swing classes internally & some of the above links contains reference to EXE files (Installables).  I am looking for a simple java solution that doesn't contain/use any swing classes. I would like to have a helper class in which I can invoke a method to perform the conversion. Any inputs?

 Regards,
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girionisCommented:
Sorry I do not know of any and I am not particularly into image processing.
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armoghanCommented:
it may solve your prblem as it does not use JAI
http://www.lizardworks.com/java.html
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armoghanCommented:
see this link, i think this will work for you
http://www.jguru.com/forums/view.jsp?EID=501181
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mjmohanAuthor Commented:
I know that I am missing a key point. But, answers from both of you unconvered it. Thanks.
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girionisCommented:
:)
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armoghanCommented:
thanx
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