using libTiff for reading and writing 32 bit (per channel) Tiff files

Posted on 2009-05-01
Last Modified: 2013-12-14
Is it possible to use the libTiff library to read and write 32 bit (float) format Tiff files? I mean 32 bits per channel (not total).
If so, does anyone have a simple example of how to do this including manipulation of the individual pixel data once read into a buffer.

Question by:aardmancgi
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    The complete documentation is here:
    I've not used the libtrary, and it seems to be aging a bit (last update 2003) but it seems pretty comprehensive.

    Author Comment

    Thanks, but I have seen the manual for using libTiff but it doesn't seem to cover 32 bit Tiffs, unless I am missing that. I could really do with an example since I am in a hurry...

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