I’m a complete Python and CVB beginner, so please be kind
I just installed the current version of CVB (13.03.002 [x64]), Python 3.8.8 and the wheels package from the aforementioned CVB package (cvb-1.2-cp35.cp36.cp37.cp38-none-win_amd64.whl) and started playing with TIFF images being read and written.
Now I’m wondering about the size of the files, as the documentation states, that those are always written “using lossless LZW77 compression”. Instead they have the full size of the image as the equal BMP image has. If I save the very same source image using IrfanView or GIMP and saving with LZW compression their size is reduced to less than a third of the original, uncompressed size.
So how do I achieve writing a LZW compressed TIFF file to be written?