Do not lose any data precision

What is the right picture quality? That largely depends on your application and how critical your needs are. There are a number of ways to store images. You can choose to save your images in different formats, the most common of which are JPEG, RAW, or TIFF. TIFF format is standard use for graphics professionals who tend to use it in the original scanning of their images due to the fact that there is practically no loss of their original image quality. ImageConverter Plus makes it possible now to manipulate and save 16-bit TIFF images giving the users an opportunity not to lose any data of their detailed, high-quality image files. You will only need to choose the color depth – 48 (RGB) for images without transparency, or 64 (RGBA) for transparent images.