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#1 TommyShelby


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Posted 22 May 2017 - 02:38 AM

Hey everyone. I'm looking for some answers regarding Deepzooming. 

In our company we are making Deepzoom images. For that we are currently using Deep Zoom Composer. 

Alas, we are having several issues with the program and microsoft isn't updating it anymore. Furthermore there is no support for the program either. 

So what i'm wanting to ask is if you guys might know of a software that fullfills all our needs when it comes to deepzooming;

1. It should be able to load in JPG files that are around 100MB. 
2. It should be able to load in PNG files that are up to around 300MB. 
- If it cannot do the above we use GIMP to slice the images. (An alternative software for slicing images would be welcomed as well).

If you got any suggestions we'd appreciate it very much in our office. We are deepzooming thousand of images and Deep Zoom Composer is extremely frustrating because of it being so inconsistent in what works and what doesn't. 



Edited by TommyShelby, 22 May 2017 - 02:39 AM.

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