B3: JP2000 file displayed black

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B3: JP2000 file displayed black

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When viewing Drahken's desktop http://drahken.t35.com/noname00.jp2 using XnView 1.82 B3 and JPG2000 plug-in (xjp2.dll), a pitch-black image is displayed, only.

Either Drahken's image is buggy, or something with the JPG2000 plug-in is wrong. Or did I miss anything?

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Same thing here... :(
(and I don't have another program to check that .jp2)
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Strange, it works perfectly for me in both 1.7 and 1.82b3.
The version of xjp2.dll I have with 1.82b3 is 1.82.0.0/1.82b1, both work fine.


EDIT:

I made some more copies of the image using various programs (including both the jasper and luratech options in xnview), all using approximately the same quality settings:
http://drahken.t35.com/noname00-2.jp2
http://drahken.t35.com/noname00-3.jp2
http://drahken.t35.com/noname00-4.jp2
http://drahken.t35.com/noname00-5.jp2
http://drahken.t35.com/noname00-6.jp2
http://drahken.t35.com/noname00-7.jp2


See if you have the same problems with any of those ones.
It's really strange that it works fine in both versions of xnview that i have installed, yet doesn't work for at least 3 other people using xnview.
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Ditto...

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:) Hello !

- Same mess here with ß-3, all is blaaaacckkk !

- Worse : with 1.80.3, I get <Unknown format> in French.
- Both versions have the <xjp2.dll> in each <Plugins> sub-dir… They are very different versions, though having the same size (I compared the contents quickly in Total Commander)

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Have you tried any of the other ones I just posted above?

I found I also had 1.80.1 and 1.82alpha floating around and tried it with them. Againb, it worked perfectly.
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Drahken wrote:Have you tried any of the other ones I just posted above?
The new ones all work for me. The first one is all dark.
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Try these:
http://drahken.t35.com/noname00-A.jp2
http://drahken.t35.com/noname00-B.jp2
A is saved with the same prog and settings as the original pic (on the off chance that something went screwey when I saved it originally).
B is saved with the same prog, but different compression settings.


Pierre- Does the JP2 plugin make use of any external files or software? Direct-x perhaps? That's the only reason I can think of why several versions of xnview and the plugin would work perfectly for me, but not work at all for other people.
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All files that Drahken posted open with no problems in PhotoImpact.

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New A&B are dark for me also.
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Black, black, black...

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:( Same here for the new …A & …B :

- With 1.80.3, format "not determined",
- With ß-3, all is black
Note : 16 BPP screen-display here, 32 BPP causes problems in XnView…

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Umm... I have my display set for 32bit color, but don't have any problems with xnview. What kind of problems are you having?


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[OT 32 BPP issues here]

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:) It's a bit OT…
Yesterday, I could not toggle to full screen with 32 BPP, moreover I got a strange "big-pen" cursor instead the ususal "pipette" I have normally… - Pressing F11 did nothing, except this oddness…
- I reset 16 BPP, and all came back to normal.
- I had set 32 BPP only to test the "Drop Shadow" issue (not really solved for tiny images, BTW)

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Shame on us---

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:) I tested the three images:

noname00.jp2
noname00-A.jp2
noname00-B.jp2
with “Imagine” (as standalone and as a plugin for Total Commander «Lister»)

Image Shame on Us !
ALL work fine… as well with the standalone programme as in TC Lister-viewer using the Imagine plugin DLL…
- I noticed that this programme is using 2 small DLLs as addons for this(these) format(s) :
J2K.DLL >> 39 KB
JBIG.DLL >> 16 KB
Really tiny…

Pierre, Help !

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Post by ouistiti »

Indeed, I confirm, I performed the same tests too with "Imagine", and got the same results : that works perfectly !
The problem must be solved in XnView, I guess…

Image Ir******* v3.9.8 and ACDSee v8.0.41 both work without probleme !

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