The TIFF image format provides high quality photos resulting in large file size. There is no way to publish any original TIFF files to the web – the Internet will not accept them. It is implied that the TIFF images will have to be converted to a more handy image format (normally JPEG) that will offer some flexibility. To preserve the folder structure is one of the goals ImageConverter Plus sets. TIFF files can be saved in different folders and subfolders due to their complex nature. It’s important to preserve the similar folder structure in the output JPEG files: you can specify whether or not ImageConverter Plus should convert all the files, ignore files from subfolders, or save them in the way similar to the original situation. All these operations can be performed with only a couple of clicks.