visionhelp wrote:The first time I try now to use the function multiframe.
From 90 jpg-files, with the size each about 25 KB, only the first pic is to see in result, but the .tiff-file has about the size of all the 90 pics, I think.
What am I doing wrong?
Perhaps my phantasy about multiframe near to thumbnails from pics may be wrong.
But then what means multiframe, please ?
visionhelp wrote:I am just thinking of, whether this could be an alternative to thumbnails-previews, from this my current need.
My next idea: if it would be possible, e.g. on a website, there would be these necessary arrows somehow, this could be fine. But this will not be.
These to help could/should be an html-feature for this, I think.
Which I do not know, but I do not know about html very much.
One way to display a folder of images on a webpage with navigation arrows is to create a 'web photo gallery' using suitable tools, as in provided in Photoshop [Elements] or various freeware tools.
cday wrote:XnTriq may be able to offer some other suggestions...
cday wrote:If XnTriq doesn't come up with something useful to you, I would suggest that when you have clarified your thoughts about your need(s) you post again...
And although you should post in English, as there are many German speakers on the forum, you could also include a German description of your need(s) in the same post, which might enable you to be more easily define what you require.
XnTriq wrote:One way of achieving this would be to convert the multi-page TIFF to PDF, and then embed the PDF document into HTML, or to convert the PDF to SWF and embed that into a web page.
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