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Lossless Tiff Compression

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I was wondering if anyone knows of a program that wil automatically go thru a list of directories, up to 4 deep or so, and compress a tiff file and save it over itself.
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Lee Savidge earned 500 total points
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Hi,

I believe the graphics viewer program, irfanview can do that. I know it has a batch mode and I believe it can traverse directories. It is freeware if you are a private individual and $10 licence per copy for a company I think. I can't remember the fee exactly, but it is tiny and the program is fantastic.

http://www.irfanview.com

It is on my list of "must install" software for new machines and well worth the small amount if you use it.

Regards,

Lee
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Hi,

Sorry, I was assuming Windows :)

Regards,

Lee
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by:Jose Parrot
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Hi, Sorlus,

I've noticed a comment on your question isn't for Windows environment.
What operating system is?

Tks.

Jose
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sorry it is for a windows environment.

Thanks,
Rob
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