I'll chime in a bit late on this that static file support is also a use
case for IIIF and something we've kept in mindd while working on the
APIs. This is the model for "level0" compliance .
A while ago I made a little demo of OpenSeadragon over IIIF Image API
1.1 using tiles and included a tile generator . It is python using
PIL and tile generation is not optimized!
On 7/26/14 4:41 AM, raffaele messuti wrote:
> Jonathan Rochkind wrote:
>> For this project, there is really only a handful of big images, and simplicity of server-side is a priority -- so I think it's actually okay to pre-render all the tiles in advance, and avoid an actual image server -- to the extent tools can work with this.
> to make static tiles:
> for deepzoom vips is the faster. as version 7.30 you can run
> $ vips dzsave huge.tif my_dz_dir
> deepzoom.py is another option, but slower.
> if you want to consider zoomify (usable with a leaflet plugin)
> there is zoomifyimage. inside the package in
> contrib/netpbm_shell_script you'll find a bash script wrapping netpbm
> raffaele, @atomotic
>  http://www.vips.ecs.soton.ac.uk/
>  http://www.vips.ecs.soton.ac.uk/index.php?title=What%27s_New_in_7.30
>  https://github.com/openzoom/deepzoom.py
>  http://sourceforge.net/projects/zoomifyimage
>  https://gist.github.com/anonymous/0f8e623561b7ae57ff88