tiffinfo - print information about TIFF files


   tiffinfo [ options ] input.tif ...


   Tiffinfo  displays information about files created according to the Tag
   Image File Format, Revision 6.0.  By default, the contents of each TIFF
   directory  in  each file is displayed, with the value of each tag shown
   symbolically (where sensible).


   -c     Display the colormap and color/gray response curves, if present.

   -D     In  addition  to  displaying  the  directory  tags,   read   and
          decompress all the data in each image (but not display it).

   -d     In addition to displaying the directory tags, print each byte of
          decompressed data in hexadecimal.

   -j     Display any JPEG-related tags that are present.

   -o     Set the initial TIFF directory according to the  specified  file
          offset.   The  file  offset  may be specified using the usual C-
          style syntax; i.e.  a  leading  ``0x''  for  hexadecimal  and  a
          leading ``0'' for octal.

   -s     Display  the  offsets  and  byte counts for each data strip in a

   -z     Enable strip chopping when reading image data.

   -#     Set the initial TIFF directory to #.


   pal2rgb(1), tiffcp(1), tiffcmp(1), tiffmedian(1), libtiff(3TIFF)

   Libtiff library home page: http://www.simplesystems.org/libtiff/


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