TifSplitMode - specify mode in which to split TIF documents
TifSplitMode controls the way in which multi-page TIF files are split into sub-files when the TifSplitPath property is set. A value of 0 means that the sub-files will each start on a page with a bar code (or page 1). A value of 1 means that each sub-file will terminate on a page with a barcode (or the last page) and a value of 2 means that each sub-file consists of the pages between (but not including) the barcodes.
For example, a 6 page TIF file with barcodes on pages 2 and 5 will split as follows:
TifSplitMode = 0: First sub-file contains page 1. Second sub-file contains pages 2, 3 and 4. Third sub-file contains pages 5 and 6.
TifSplitMode = 1: First sub-file contains pages 1 and 2. Second sub-file contains pages 3, 4 and 5. Third sub-file contains page 6.
TifSplitMode = 2: First sub-file contains page 1. Second sub-file contains pages 3 and 4. Third sub-file contains page 6.
Default value: 0