Just a hunch and maybe I am wrong, but at least it will rule it out. If you can provide a file, we might be able to investigate this on our systems and provide further tips. Even Adobe Camera Raw can read it. Top fmw42 Posts: 20331 Joined: 2007-07-02T17:14:51-07:00 Location: Sunnyvale, California, USA Re: Preserving EXIF information from JPG to TIF Quote Post by fmw42 » 2010-08-23T12:23:22-07:00 It seems like the exif data is check over here
Read Article What Are TGZ & GZ Files and How Do You Open Them? matthew_emond, May 12, 2014 #1 robert100 i just went to my files resized a TIF to 24x36at300dpi than saved it as a max quality jpeg....using Adobe Elements 6........only took about 2 How to determine if remote wipe succeeded? Any suggestion or workaround about how to include that information.
conroy Oct 28, 2012 12:56 PM (in response to JJMack) JJMack wrote:Conroy why are your reacting like you are ?Are you asking about my reaction to your irritating posts in which Have you tried GIMP? Up Next Article What's a RAF File and How Do You Open One?
conroy Oct 28, 2012 1:04 PM (in response to Chris Cox) Chris, I apologise for claiming that you had made the changes to the marking yourself.The thing that annoys me is Search the site GO Windows Key Concepts File Types Computer Concepts Command Line Basics Guides & Tutorials Installing & Upgrading Tips & Tricks How To Windows Macs iPad iPhone Android On 2012-05-12 23:06, TwoHoot wrote: > > GIMP will open a few (about 1 in 10) of them but not all. If this happens, choose the size you prefer in accordance to where the JPEG file will be used.
I'll try the ctrl+alt+del and see if that does the trick. Tried all kinds of viewers - Preview, Xee, Adobe (including Photoshop) with no luck. At least that was the idea. Drop and drag can involve repositioning the image in the target new document where copy and paste to the new document does not.
They went out of business and were bought by Nuance which dropped the .xif (Xerox Image Format, a 4 layer TIFF extension) file type but offered a free reader to read Re: How do I open an unsupported Tiff? I may have a copy of it that will probably run under Windows. Believe it or not, back in the day, Xerox seemed more permanent than Adobe so early digital archives often used Xerox Scanners and the .xif file type.
Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 6. Best way to do this with no metadata is: 1. john_wheeler|6, May 13, 2014 #1 digitaldog On Photoshop CC, drag and drop a layer onto a new doc seems to proudce the same lack of EXIF data seen in File Info Re: How do I open an unsupported Tiff?
Only some of it, the basic info is shown in exiftool. It ran under Windows or Windows 95 I think. Do yourself a favor relax what you write reflex will on you, your good. Saving the JPG as Baseline standard did work though, I should have tried that earlier.
Re: How do I open an unsupported Tiff? I can view the thumbnail, I can even view the full res version in Windows Picture Viewer, but the files cannot be opened by Lightroom, Photoshop, Infranview or Gimp. As a side note, is this a reasonable feature request item to put in for? http://gsdclb.org/trying-to/trying-to-change-from-windows-2000-to-98se.php thanks huggie, Aug 8, 2004 #1 akad Joined: Jul 31, 2004 Messages: 56 Do you mean take a scanned file and import it into Excel?
When it finds one, it starts a new shell (sh) passing it the filename of the TIF. conroy Oct 27, 2012 12:57 PM (in response to Chris Cox) Chris, how come my reply was marked correct (it was and still is correct) and now my answer is unmarked That will 'paste' in the file size exactly along with the bit depth.
JJMack Oct 28, 2012 10:32 AM (in response to Noel Carboni) Noel Conroy is correct for the OP in this case. Infranview still says it's a tif and asks if I want to fix it. Up Next Article What's a PCT File and How Do You Open One? Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 37.
Loading... After selecting that, choose the 'OK' button to save the file as JPEG. A request shouldn't hurt. So now you have three thar agree it may be that just the ext is wrong.
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Your max size is about 10,000 pixels so memory may be the limiting factor. Proprietary software and formats that seem new and wonderful now may be hard to access later. Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 8. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More...
I already was sure that no user is calling me an idiot.I already was sure that my answers are not always correct.I already was sure that my answers are not the Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 11. JJMack Oct 28, 2012 6:25 AM (in response to Artifex1975) Artifex1975 wrote: I have a folder of tiffs that were recovered from an sd card out of a Canon T3i. I guess given how insanely capable Imagemagick is, the idea of transferring exif: to tiff: attributes didn't seem that complex and I assumed it was 'built in'.
Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 24. Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 23. By the way, resizing for me does not preserve the exif data in the IM identify -verbose information nor by using exiftool. That just means he has something installed on his PC I don't have on my.