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unknown image compression type 10

unknown image compression type 10

unknown image compression type 10

(OP)

i am programming a pcl reader
and i got some test documents that contain image compression type 10 (ESC*b10M), that is not specified in the pcl reference
does anyone know what that means and where i can get information on how to decode the image data
i was told the document was created with designer 10 and printed on an hp deskjet 800
thanks

RE: unknown image compression type 10

(OP)
sorry i mean the hp designjet 800

RE: unknown image compression type 10

<ESC>*b10M Compression method 10 (entire TIFF data
follows, TIFF header and all data)

http://search.hp.com/gwuseng/redirect.html?type=REG&qt=*b10M&url=http%3A//h20000.www2.hp.com/bc/docs/support/SupportManual/bpl07114/bpl07114.pdf&pos=1

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