TIFF (Tagged Image File Format) is a raster image format. It is usually very large in size and produces high-quality photographs and prints. TIFF is also widely used for storing documents – by design it is a fax service and a scanner service format known for its multipage layout. TIFF seems to be universal except for its main drawback – it is so large in size that it is never suitable for the web. Being a versatile format PDF (Portable Document Format) may contain very different types of information – both raster and vector and is really good at saving text. Due to its ability to keep the file from being altered PDF is considered ideal for storing documents while TIFF is used for image files.
Video tutorial “Converting TIFF to PDF with Image Converter Plus”
Information about TIFF to PDF conversion
There may be several different reasons to convert your TIFF file to a PDF file which ImageConverter Plus can do perfectly. If your goal is to get a compressed file smaller in size than TIFF, then PDF is the way to go. ImageConverter Plus can handle TIFF to PDF conversion on a single image as well as on a huge number of images in batch mode. Supporting LZW compression for TIFF, PDF/A classification for PDF and all the other possible variations of both formats ImageConverter Plus guarantees that you will get the file that will occupy less space on a hard drive and that will not as pixilated as a TIFF image. There is a choice of color depth and more compression methods specifications available for our advanced users. Doing this type of image conversion incoming faxes containing several pages can be easily replaced with a single PDF file with the utmost text clarity. Even zoomed PDFs will keep the same visual standard you see on the screen.
Professional approach to pre-printing
You are probably aware of the fact the images that come out of your camera are not always suitable for printing. They need to satisfy special requirements to turn into high-quality prints. Pre-printing preparation is a difficult and tedious process, especially if you deal with lots of images. It includes files unification according to their size, type, or name parameters. You often have to correct the image color, brightness/contrast. Do not forget about copyright protection – it makes sense to add your company logo or your signature to the image. And last but not least, specify desired DPI to get the highest quality result possible. As you can see, pre-printing preparation is not so easy. If there are too many photos to process, it will take a lot of time and energy, especially if you do this manually. Professional approach of ImageConverter Plus to pre-printing preparation allows processing your images simultaneously in batch mode. All you need to do is to choose the desired parameters and push the “start” button.
Apart from regular conversion command-line of ImageConverter Plus lets you further process the image files according to your specific needs. Below is the example of how to convert a TIFF file to a multipage PDF adding a frame to each converted image.