From: Nikolai Grigoriev (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Oct 25 2002 - 11:53:52 PDT
> Another possibility, is that your images are improperly formatted. I know
> that a subset of the following is supported: GIF, JPG & TIFF (however,
> there are a bunch of caveats for TIFF graphics, particularly with LZW
> compression for which there are license fees involved--I think
> uncompressed TIFF images should be fine, though).
Yes, uncompressed and PackBits are all OK. LZW support is limited
to flavors that permit concatenation of strip data into a single stream
without decompression - these are TIFFs with no tiles and/or alpha channel.
Note also that among GIFs, we only support non-interlaced ones.
> I spent fifteen minutes looking on renderx.com, in FAQs & this list, but
> couldn't find the info.
See doc/spec.pdf, section 4 "Graphic formats", for a list of all supported
graphic formats and their flavors. Or, the same thing on our site:
Anyhow, if an image format is not supported, the respective warning
should appear at the console.
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