How to load a tif image in flex

Hi All,
Is it possible to load a tif image in flex. If it's possible
anyone guide me or send me some code snippets regarding how to
display a tif image in flex.
Regards,
Dharma

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Hi All,
> Is it possible to load a tif image in flex. If it's
possible anyone guide
> me or send me some code snippets regarding how to
display a tif image in
> flex.
Convert it to the much more web-friendly png format.

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