Restrictions and Limitations

  • The component binds only the TIFF image documents. If the component receives the document of unsupported format, it gives the warning message in the Status Monitor and passes the document to the next component in the workflow. If you try to bind several documents including one document of the unsupported format and then to send the resultant document for further processing, the documents will be bound except for the document of the unsupported format and the resultant document will be sent for further processing. The supported formats are:
    • Tagged Image File Format (TIFF)
    • TIFF files ABIC compression
    • TIFF no compression, CMYK data
    • TIFF YCbCr color space, no compression
    • TIFF PackBits compression, RGB data
    • TIFF PackBits compression, CMYK data
    • TIFF YCbCr color space, PackBits compression
    • TIFF Format with LZW compression
    • TIFF LZW compression, CMYK data
    • TIFF YCbCr color space, LZW compression
    • Jpeg Tag Image File Format (JPEG TIFF)
    • JPEG 4:2:2 color space
    • JPEG 4:1:1 color space
    • TIFF CMP
    • TIFF JBIG
    • TIFF files with JBIG2 compression
    • TIFF DXF R12
    • TIFF DXF R13
    • TIFF Wavelet CMP
    • TIFF Jpeg2000 stream
    • GeoTIFF files
    • uncompressed RGB Exif file
    • uncompressed YCbCr Exif file
    • JPEG 4:2:2 compressed Exif file
    • JPEG 4:1:1 compressed Exif file
    • TIFF CCITT
    • CCITT Group3 one dimension
    • CCITT Group3 two dimensions
    • CCITT Group4 two dimensions
    • TIFF file with unknown compression
    • LEAD ABC 1 bit, lossless compression
    • TIFF files with MRC compression
    • TIFF LEAD MRC
  • The component saves the documents in the following formats:
    • Binary images are saved in CCITT G4 format.
    • Other types are saved as TIFF with LZW compression.
  • The component deletes the tags in the input document when converting it into the output document if they are not supported by the output format.
  • The component is not designed for delayed or scheduled document binding. Document binding occurs as soon as documents appear in the input, and documents are released and passed for further processing as soon as the release condition is satisfied.