Thanks for your response. I probably shall explain the problem in greater detail.
I have some TIFF images that I am creating my test collection from. I set the ImagePlug to:
The result is jpeg thumbnails, which is fine, but they link to larger images that are tiffs, not jpegs as I would like them to be. I would like Greenstone to archive the original tiffs but also create jpeg derivatives for on-line viewing.
Andrew Stawowczyk Long
National Library of Australia
Phone: +61 2 62621382
From: Tomáš Fiala [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Friday, 2 February 2007 6:18 PM
To: Andrew Stawowczyk Long
Subject: Re: [greenstone-users] Tiff to jpeg
I hope I understood your question right, when you process TIFF files, there is an option in ImagePlug THUMBNAILTYPE AND THUMBNAIL SIZE, switch it on and set file format to JPEG. These thumbnails will be automatically shown in your collection.
Or just use IrfanView, before putting the files to Greenstone http://www.irfanview.com/
Andrew Stawowczyk Long wrote / napísal(a):
> I was aware of Greenstone for long time now but only recently started
> looking at it in more detail. I couldn't find a clear answer to my
> question anywhere and decided to post it here. Apologies if this is
> something very obvious to everyone except myself.
> The problem is:
> I would like Greenstone to create jpeg derivatives for on-line
> delivery (and display them in the collection) from the original tiff
> files. Is this possible?
> I have Greystone and ImageMagick installed.
> Andrew Stawowczyk Long
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