A bitmap graphics file format. It was developed by Aldus in 1986 to provide a common format for scanners, and is mainly used for that purpose, desktop...
A file format for graphics developed by Aldus, Adobe and Apple that is particularly suited for representing scanned images and other large bitmaps. The original TIFF saved only black-and-white images in uncompressed forms. Newer versions support color and compression. TIFF is a neutral format designed for compatibility with both Macintosh and MS-DOS applications.
A standard file format commonly used for scanning, storage, and interchange of gray-scale graphic images.
A format for storing and importing images into a layout.
A format for storing and exchanging digital image data associated with fax modem data transfers and other applications. These files can be identified by the .tif extension.