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PIL.Image.fromb uffer/string ... who do data using?

hello again everyone!

I'm writing a wrapper for tif file that parse its and return the data
image in this way below :

self.fp.seek(St ripOffsets)
data = self.fp.read(St ripByteCounts)
return data

where:
self.fp is a file object
StripOffsets is a offset position of image
StripByCounts is extend of image

after we get a data, now to set its in PIL.Image.froms tring(...)
but ( evely! :) ), returned this error follow:

ValueError
"not enough image data"

why???

Should I to convert data in other format???

any suggestion?

Thanks and regard.

Ivan
Jan 8 '06 #1
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ivan.dm wrote:
I'm writing a wrapper for tif file that parse its and return the data
image in this way below :

self.fp.seek(St ripOffsets)
data = self.fp.read(St ripByteCounts)
return data .... after we get a data, now to set its in PIL.Image.froms tring(...)
but ( evely! :) ), returned this error follow:

ValueError
"not enough image data"


Why are you doing it this way instead of just using Image.open()? PIL
already knows how to read and convert TIFF images...

-Peter

Jan 9 '06 #2
Peter Hansen ha scritto:
ivan.dm wrote:
I'm writing a wrapper for tif file that parse its and return the data
image in this way below :

self.fp.seek(St ripOffsets)
data = self.fp.read(St ripByteCounts)
return data


...
after we get a data, now to set its in PIL.Image.froms tring(...)
but ( evely! :) ), returned this error follow:

ValueError
"not enough image data"

Why are you doing it this way instead of just using Image.open()? PIL
already knows how to read and convert TIFF images...

-Peter

yes! for all format it can decode, except for compression G3/G4.
I'm searching a method for decode this compression format

Ivan
Jan 9 '06 #3

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