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What short name does OAIS use for an information package that is used for submission?
== Description ==
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The tool evaluates if a given TIFF matches against the rules defined in a configuration profile. The configuration profile is human readable and allows to validate TIFFs against rules like:
* no compression
* only 300dpi
* if tag X has Value Y then tag Z must exist
It is optimized for very high throughput, it is extremely robust and it is suitable for scripted use.
== User Experiences ==
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See https://kulturreste.blogspot.com/search?q=checkit_tiff for blogposts about usage of checkit_tiff.
== Development Activity ==
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