A file format for storing images on a computer.
File format for storing and exchanging bitmapped or raster images (i.e., scans and images created in paint and photo-retouching programs). This standard can represent black & white, grayscale, and color images. It is commonly used in page layout applications. TIFF was originally developed by Aldus Corporation (now part of Adobe Systems) late in 1985. Microsoft played a role in the drafting of TIFF which led to TIFF's acceptance on both the Macintosh and Windows world.
Standard format for raster images.
A compressed graphics format used by MS-DOS and Macintosh computers. Any Images in this format generally have a suffix of ".tif" or ".tiff", and can be read using ADPro and various other Amiga programs. However there is an incredible array of options and variations, many requiring special conversion facilities, although the ADPro Professional Conversion Pack is believed to support virtually all of them. TIFF is a registered trademark of Aldus Corporation.
A standard graphics file format developed by Aldus, Adobe, and Apple popularly used for storing high resolution bitmap images
One of the many different types of File Format used on PC's. This particular type is a graphics file i.e. a picture.
A standard graphics file format. The HP Help System dialogs support TIFF 5.0 images. TIFF images are identified by the .tif filename extension.
A standard graphics file format. The Help Syste dialog boxes support TIFF 5.0 images. TIFF images are identified by the .tif file-name extension.
A bitmapped graphics file format often used for images read by a scanner. TIFF files are higher resolution dot images.
This is a format for storing digital pictures. It is neither all that common or all that popular since it can be hard to read files in this format. Other formats that are more popular are BMP, GIF and JPG.
A standard graphic image file format usually generated by scanners.
This is the most commonly used image format for saving and transporting bitmapped imaged.
Computer file format used to store images from scanners and video devices. Abbreviated TIFF.
(TIFF) A file format for exchanging bitmapped images (usually scans) between applications.
a common format for interchanging digital information, generally associated with greyscale or bitmap data.
One of several universal file formats for electronic graphics. This format is commonly used for check image storage.
A file format for graphics suited for representing scanned images and other large bitmaps. TIFF is a neutral format designed for compatibility with all applications. TIFF was created specifically for storing grayscale images, and it is the standard format for scanned images such as photographs-now called TIFF/IT.
A graphic file format originally developed specifically for scanners. It can be used to store grayscale and color images and now is graphic standard image file format supported by most applications, printers, and scanners.
a standard, lossless file format for capturing color and grayscale images; sometimes called â€œTIF
TIFF refers to the standard file format for high-resolution bitmapped graphics with cross-platform compatibility.
One of the most widely supported file formats for storing lossless, bit-mapped images on personal computers.
A graphic file format that can handle up to 24 bits of photographic image used for storing images
Tagged Image File Format (abbreviated TIFF) is a file format for mainly storing images, including photographs and line art. Originally created by the company Aldus, jointly with Microsoft, for use with Post Script printing, TIFF is a popular format for high color depth images, along with JPEG and PNG. TIFF format is widely supported by image-manipulation applications such as Photoshop by Adobe, GIMP, Ulead Photo Impact and Paint Shop Pro by Corel, by desktop publishing and page layout applications, such as Quark XPress and Adobe In Design, and by , faxing, word processing, optical character recognition, and other applications.