I’ve been working on a brand-new software called TIFF Recompressor:
This is a tool that allows you to recompress TIFF files by using different compression methods. It also allows you to store them uncompressed so that you can use another software to further compress the files.
The following compression methods can be used in the software:
paq8pxv v6 provided only one executable, and it was not labeled either with their usual “jit.exe” ending nor with “vm.exe”. Because of this, I had to write a new function that will check in the version folder whenever we have a version ending with “jit.exe” and/or “vm.exe”. If we have them, the software adds the respective entry to the “compiler” list box, and selects the option that the user has previously selected if it is available for the selected PAQ version.
If none of the versions exist, we simply disable the listbox and just use the paq filename as it is, without any of the above terminations:
We call this function whenever the version has changed (seen in the end of the above screenshot) or when the PAQ family/series has changed:
That’s what’s new in the code of this new release.
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