I am not aware of any, no. I used Imagemagick to mass convert my JPGs to
JP2s. It took a tiny Perl program and a few hours, and the Perl was only
needed so I wasn't converting images that already had a JP2 (some had been
On Tue, Nov 12, 2013 at 6:33 AM, raffaele messuti <
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> Roy Tennant wrote:
> > Throwing in my two cents on the IIP Image Server. I've been using it on
> > photos web site for a while now and it works great. I was also happy
> > see that there is a version that supports the International Image
> > Interoperability Framework (IIIF) API , which I was introduced to at
> > by Tom Cramer and company. That would make you compliant with the Mirador
> > multi-windowing tool that he mentioned. Sounds like a win-win to me.
> iipsrv is extremely fast and easy to deploy (a single static fcgi binary).
> i've learned now its iiif compliance, and i've just tried the branch
> works great, even if a bit undocumented, i looked the code to understand
> the url:
> but iipsrv serves only jp2 or tiff images.
> are you aware of other decoding modules?
> raffaele, @atomotic