@ -61,6 +61,7 @@ A: No, the tool is optimized for very fast processing. On a NVME-based SSD it
cornercase, if you have a broken TIFF with very large IFDs. Because
checkit_tiff tries to find all errors in a given TIFF file it does not use
early aborts than some other tools.
You could also try the memory mapped I/O, which should be very fast on supported filesystems.
Q: I have a fully destroyed TIFF because checkit_tiff reports IFD errors. Is
there any chance to repair the file?