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Re: [hylafax-users] Bad pixel count (meaning)
Michael Hallager wrote:
Feb 26 08:15:52.36: : RECV/CQ: Bad 1D pixel count, row 125, got 1965,
Feb 26 08:15:52.68: : RECV/CQ: Bad 1D pixel count, row 126, got 2336,
Feb 26 08:15:53.00: : RECV/CQ: Bad 1D pixel count, row 127, got 1768,
Feb 26 08:15:53.00: : RECV/CQ: Bad 1D pixel count, row 128, got 2739,
Feb 26 08:15:53.32: : RECV/CQ: Bad 1D pixel count, row 129, got 3274,
Feb 26 08:15:53.96: : RECV/CQ: Bad 1D pixel count, row 130, got 1820,
The PDF sent to me is sometimes corrupted and unviewable, though I received a
fax today full of these errors and I could view the PDF.
For some unknown reason these errors do not seem to appear on every session
with this machine, just around half.
These is how corrupt image data appears to the G3 decoder. So you
should only ever see this in non-ECM sessions.
At the end of every MH and MR image there will be an RTC which will also
appear as "Bad pixel count" with a count of "0". But you'll notice that
it detects it later as RTC and adjusts the line count appropriately.
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