Creating tiled images on ubuntu?

Anonymous
2013-03-04
2013-03-22
  • Anonymous - 2013-03-04

    Hi,
    I follow the directions and try to generate a tiled tiff on ubuntu 12.04.

    convert PalaisDuLouvre.tif -define tiff:tile-geometry=256x256 -compress jpeg ptif:o.tif

    the command never returns and never creates a file......is it broken?

    thanks.

     
  • Anonymous - 2013-03-07

    I switched to using vips:

    vips im_vips2tiff source_image output_image.tif:jpeg:75,tile:256x256,pyramid

    But when I access the image using the mooviewer, iipserv makes this error:

    CVT maximum viewport size set to 3000
    Full Request is FIF=/home/darren/tiled.tif&obj=IIP,1.0&obj=Max-size&obj=Tile-size&obj=Resolution-number
    [1/5]: Command / Argument is FIF : /home/darren/tiled.tif
    FIF handler reached
    FIF :: URL decoding/filtering: /home/darren/tiled.tif => /home/darren/tiled.tif
    FIF :: Image cache initialisation
    /home/darren/tiled.tif is neither a file or part of an image sequence


    Server: iipsrv/0.9.9
    Cache-Control: no-cache
    Content-Type: application/vnd.netfpx
    Content-Disposition: inline;filename="IIPisAMadGameClosedToOurUnderstanding.netfpx"

    Error/7:1 3 FIF


    Total Request Time: 217 microseconds
    image closed and deleted
    Server count is 3

     
  • Ruven

    Ruven - 2013-03-08

    Try using the tiffinfo command to analyze the tiff file. It should indicate the different resolution levels and tiles.

    Otherwise you could try changing the compression from jpeg:75 to deflate to see if that makes a difference.

     
  • Anonymous - 2013-03-08

    Hi as Ruven says, can you please post here the result of your tiffinfo and the exact command you run using both imagemagick and vips?

    Denis

     
  • Anonymous - 2013-03-22

    This is what I use on Ubuntu Server:
    convert file_in.jpg -define tiff:tile-geometry=256x256 -compress jpeg ptif:file_out.tif

    I start with high-res jpegs.

     


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