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TIFFSetField(3T)								 TIFFSetField(3T)

       TIFFSetField - set the value(s) of a tag in a TIFF file open for writing

       #include <tiffio.h>
       int TIFFSetField(TIFF* tif, ttag_t tag, ...)
       #include <stdarg.h>
       int TIFFVSetField(TIFF* tif, ttag_t tag, va_list ap)

       TIFFSetField  sets  the value of a field or pseudo-tag in the current directory associated
       with the open TIFF file tif.  (A pseudo-tag is a parameter that is  used  to  control  the
       operation  of  the  TIFF  library but whose value is not read or written to the underlying
       file.)  To set the value of a field the file must have been previously opened for  writing
       with TIFFOpen(3T); pseudo-tags can be set whether the file was opened for reading or writ-
       ing.  The field is identified by tag, one of the values defined in the include file tiff.h
       (see also the table below).  The actual value is specified using a variable argument list,
       as prescribed by the stdarg(3) interface (or, on some machines, the varargs(3) interface.)

       TIFFVSetField is functionally equivalent to TIFFSetField except that it takes a pointer to
       a  variable  argument list.  TIFFVSetField is useful for writing routines that are layered
       on top of the functionality provided by TIFFSetField.

       The tags understood by libtiff, the number of parameter values, and the expected types for
       the parameter values are shown below.  The data types are: char* is null-terminated string
       and corresponds to the ASCII data type; uint16 is an unsigned 16-bit value; uint32  is  an
       unsigned  32-bit  value; uint16* is an array of unsigned 16-bit values.	void* is an array
       of data values of unspecified type.

       Consult the TIFF specification for information on the meaning of each tag.

       Tag Name 		       Count  Types		 Notes
       TIFFTAG_ARTIST		       1      char*
       TIFFTAG_BADFAXLINES	       1      uint32
       TIFFTAG_BITSPERSAMPLE	       1      uint16		 -
       TIFFTAG_CLEANFAXDATA	       1      uint16
       TIFFTAG_COLORMAP 	       3      uint16*		 1<<BitsPerSample arrays
       TIFFTAG_COMPRESSION	       1      uint16		 -
       TIFFTAG_COPYRIGHT	       1      char*
       TIFFTAG_DATETIME 	       1      char*
       TIFFTAG_DOCUMENTNAME	       1      char*
       TIFFTAG_DOTRANGE 	       2      uint16
       TIFFTAG_EXTRASAMPLES	       2      uint16,uint16*	 - count & types array
       TIFFTAG_FAXMODE		       1      int		 - G3/G4 compression pseudo-tag
       TIFFTAG_FAXFILLFUNC	       1      TIFFFaxFillFunc	 G3/G4 compression pseudo-tag
       TIFFTAG_FILLORDER	       1      uint16		 -
       TIFFTAG_GROUP3OPTIONS	       1      uint32		 -
       TIFFTAG_GROUP4OPTIONS	       1      uint32		 -
       TIFFTAG_HALFTONEHINTS	       2      uint16
       TIFFTAG_HOSTCOMPUTER	       1      char*
       TIFFTAG_IMAGEDESCRIPTION        1      char*
       TIFFTAG_IMAGEDEPTH	       1      uint32		 -
       TIFFTAG_IMAGELENGTH	       1      uint32
       TIFFTAG_IMAGEWIDTH	       1      uint32		 -
       TIFFTAG_INKNAMES 	       1      char*
       TIFFTAG_INKSET		       1      uint16		 -
       TIFFTAG_JPEGTABLES	       2      uint32*,void*	 - count & tables
       TIFFTAG_JPEGQUALITY	       1      int		 JPEG pseudo-tag
       TIFFTAG_JPEGCOLORMODE	       1      int		 - JPEG pseudo-tag
       TIFFTAG_JPEGTABLESMODE	       1      int		 - JPEG pseudo-tag
       TIFFTAG_MAKE		       1      char*
       TIFFTAG_MATTEING 	       1      uint16		 -
       TIFFTAG_MAXSAMPLEVALUE	       1      uint16
       TIFFTAG_MINSAMPLEVALUE	       1      uint16
       TIFFTAG_MODEL		       1      char*
       TIFFTAG_ORIENTATION	       1      uint16
       TIFFTAG_PAGENAME 	       1      char*
       TIFFTAG_PAGENUMBER	       2      uint16
       TIFFTAG_PHOTOMETRIC	       1      uint16
       TIFFTAG_PLANARCONFIG	       1      uint16		 -
       TIFFTAG_PREDICTOR	       1      uint16		 -
       TIFFTAG_PRIMARYCHROMATICITIES   1      float*		 6-entry array
       TIFFTAG_REFERENCEBLACKWHITE     1      float*		 - 2*SamplesPerPixel array
       TIFFTAG_RESOLUTIONUNIT	       1      uint16
       TIFFTAG_ROWSPERSTRIP	       1      uint32		 - must be > 0
       TIFFTAG_SAMPLEFORMAT	       1      uint16		 -
       TIFFTAG_SAMPLESPERPIXEL	       1      uint16		 - value must be <= 4
       TIFFTAG_SMAXSAMPLEVALUE	       1      double
       TIFFTAG_SMINSAMPLEVALUE	       1      double
       TIFFTAG_SOFTWARE 	       1      char*
       TIFFTAG_STONITS		       1      double		 -
       TIFFTAG_SUBFILETYPE	       1      uint32
       TIFFTAG_SUBIFD		       2      uint16,uint32*	 count & offsets array
       TIFFTAG_TARGETPRINTER	       1      char*
       TIFFTAG_THRESHHOLDING	       1      uint16
       TIFFTAG_TILEDEPTH	       1      uint32		 -
       TIFFTAG_TILELENGTH	       1      uint32		 - must be a multiple of 8
       TIFFTAG_TILEWIDTH	       1      uint32		 - must be a multiple of 8
       TIFFTAG_TRANSFERFUNCTION        1 or 3 = 		 uint16*1<<BitsPerSample entry arrays
       TIFFTAG_XPOSITION	       1      float
       TIFFTAG_XRESOLUTION	       1      float
       TIFFTAG_WHITEPOINT	       1      float*		 2-entry array
       TIFFTAG_YCBCRCOEFFICIENTS       1      float*		 - 3-entry array
       TIFFTAG_YCBCRPOSITIONING        1      uint16		 -
       TIFFTAG_YCBCRSAMPLING	       2      uint16		 -
       TIFFTAG_YPOSITION	       1      float
       TIFFTAG_YRESOLUTION	       1      float
       TIFFTAG_ICCPROFILE	       2      uint32,void*	 count, profile data*
       - Tag may not have its values changed once data is written.
       = If SamplesPerPixel is one, then a single array is passed; otherwise three arrays  should
       be passed.
       * The contents of this field are quite complex.	See The ICC Profile Format Specification,
       Annex B.3 "Embedding ICC Profiles in TIFF Files" (available at  http://www.color.org)  for
       an explanation.

       1 is returned if the tag is defined in the current directory; otherwise a 0 is returned.

       1  is  returned if the operation was successful.  Otherwise, 0 is returned if an error was

       All error messages are directed to the TIFFError(3T) routine.

       %s: Cannot modify tag "%s" while writing.  Data has already been written to the	file,  so
       the  specified  tag's  value  can not be changed.  This restriction is applied to all tags
       that affect the format of written data.

       %d: Bad value for "%s".	An invalid value was supplied for the named tag.

       libtiff(3T), TIFFOpen(3T), TIFFGetField(3T), TIFFSetDirectory(3T), TIFFWriteDirectory(3T),

					 August 28, 1997			 TIFFSetField(3T)
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