C++ Tiff file manipulation API

Posted on 2007-07-24
Last Modified: 2013-12-14
Is there API in MS Visual C++  to manipulate TIFF files?
Question by:tussfw
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    You can try ATL's CImage class. It is based on GDI+ and can load tiff files.
    #include <atlimage.h>
    CImage image;
    if (image.Load("file.tiff") == S_OK)

    Author Comment

    Thanks for the info but maybe I should clarify something.

    We are using MS Visual C++ 6.0
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    CImage works in VC6. GDI+ is included in windows 2000 and later.
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    You could also use LibTIFF. That is a separate lib that you need to download the source from:
    Or binaries from here:

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