big release, lots of good stuff.
fixes / changes:
* more tolerance for TIFF read errors
* fix to IS3WriteTiffMultiViaCB, when appending to existing file. would fail.
* added updated TIFF-OJPEG reading code.
* fixed IS3IPTCInitializeFromByteArray header comments
* fixed IS3WriteTiffMultiViaCB header comments
* new mode in IS3CopyJPGWithNewMarkers
seven new functions:
* IS3EXIFInitializeFromByteArray : given a block of EXIF data in memory (such as a JPEG_APP1 marker), parse it for EXIF data.
* IS3EXIFGetTagPos : find the location of the actual tag structure for a given tag, within a block of data as read by the preceding function.
* IS3GetJPGOutputMarkerCount : get the number of data blocks you've set in the ImgSource JPG output marker array.
* IS3SetJPGOutputMarker : change one of the data blocks in the current ImgSource JPG output marker array. ie. if you've added 4, and want to change the 3rd one, you can use this.
* IS3GetJPGOutputMarker : get a data block from the JPG output marker array.
* IS3SwapLong : change a 32-bit integer from Motorola to Intel byte order, and vice versa.
* IS3SwapShort : change a 16-bit integer from Motorola to Intel byte order, and vice versa.
Q: what does all of this add up to ?
A: EXIF tag editing for JPGs.
Before we get too excited, let me warn you: using ImgSource to do EXIF modifications is not a simple process, and right now, it requires a lot of attention to detail. But, it's a start.
Here is a sample that should guide you through all of what you need to know in order to do your EXIF editing: http://www.smalleranimals.com/isource/exifmodify.htm
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