15th February 01:42
TIFF within PostScript
TIFF and PS are not the same.
You certainly can use a PS program to read TIFF images. This is not an easy
but not a really hard one either. Attempting to get around a few problems
You should do the same thing. The key is your use of "overlay". In PS inks
are opaque, even white ones. TIFF does not directly map to the PS image
model -- particularly with bit depths and masks. You will have to construct
your own logic to create the idea of "overlay". You might have to write
own image operator to deal with the mask effect, but you might be able to
get most of the work done with chromakey masking in PS3.
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