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  Asked By: Kent    Date: Feb 26    Category: Java    Views: 1625

I have a scenario like this.
I have to read 96 tiff images of size 2.7*96MB.
Could u suggest me a mechanism in java thro which i
can read the all images not more than 30 sec.



2 Answers Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Vid Fischer     Answered On: Feb 26

Well lets see... 2.7*96MB = 259.2 MB... that would mean streaming
259.2MB / 2 = 129.6 MB/min or 129.6MB / 60sec = 2.16MB / second...
did I do this correct? If so I'd recommend a T1 line for your
house... because it is not the language that is the problem it is the
connection... I just had a thought, maybe you are coding an
application!?... in that case get a better coder.

Ok, I'll tell you... java  only supports GIF, JPG(JPEG), and PNG.. you
will need to use a converter (or write one) then just use getImage
imported from java.applet.Applet;

Note: each getImage launches a separate thread, so do multiple calls
to your array to get things up to speed although I doubt it would be
an issue...

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