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numberOfStrips

Class: Tiff

Total number of strips in image

Syntax

numStrips = tiffobj.numberOfStrips()

Description

numStrips = tiffobj.numberOfStrips() returns the total number of strips in the image.

Examples

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Determine Number of Strips in Image

Determine the number of strips in the second image of a file.

Create a Tiff object associated with the example file, example.tif.

t = Tiff('example.tif','r');

When the Tiff object is created, the first image in the file is the current image file directory.

Make the second image the current directory.

t.nextDirectory();

Get the number of strips in the image if the image has a stripped organization.

if ~t.isTiled()
		numStrips = t.numberOfStrips()
end
numStrips =

     7

The image has 7 strips.

Close the Tiff object.

t.close();

References

This method corresponds to the TIFFNumberOfStrips function in the LibTIFF C API. To use this method, you must be familiar with the TIFF specification and technical notes. View this documentation at LibTIFF - TIFF Library and Utilities.

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