[Image-SIG] PIL && JPG => cannot identify image file PROBLEM
viktor at lacina.org
Sun Jul 18 21:58:40 CEST 2004
That's probably the same situation as PIL, at finaly the problem is, that
picture is taken by relatively new pice of digital camera from OLUMPUS which
has set on EXIFII file format. PIL looks like supports older(first) version
of EXIF (and by source code, only experimentaly).
So i have to wait for next release of PIL, or try to use some external program
that's all folks, thanks for your time.
On Friday 16 of July 2004 23:30, Jim Tittsler wrote:
> On Thu, Jul 15, 2004 at 03:22:27PM +0200, Viktor Lacina wrote:
> > i've troubles with opening single JPG file by (PIL's)
> > Image.open(). It's only one which cannot be identified, a lot
> > of others are opened without problems.
> > sample image lies at http://www.lacina.org/pil.jpg
> ImageMagick's identify command appears to figure out the image,
> but it does complain:
> identify: Corrupt JPEG data: 2 extraneous bytes before marker
> 0xfe (pil.jpg).
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