Joined: 02/Nov/2016 02:24:34
Unfortunately I do not have code or stack traces to share currently, due to the locked down nature of the network worked upon. Due to this restriction, I am simply hoping for some advice on the given error message experienced using ICEpdf 6.1.3 to convert PDFs (either a scanned or photographed image) into grayscale TIFFs -
Numbers of source Raster bands and source color space components do not match
Researching online seems to indicate this is caused by attempting to manipulate an image in an unusual format (possibly caused by a bad conversion from image to PDF) or by garbage pixels scattered around the image (again, I assume caused by a bad conversion).
Does this seem a valid assumption for the cause of the error seen here? Or could there be further factors at work - possibly in our own implementation of the ICEpdf library?
Again, apologies for the limited information shared here.