TIFF converter


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Save EXIF, if exist
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BigTIFF file format

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Batch Convert of any images to TIFF

If you have multiple pictures to process, simply select and drop images or folders containing images onto the browser window. Our online converter will process them all at once and give you a unique download link and options to save converted files to your computer or cloud storage.

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Simple to use

Just select one or multiple files on your computer or drag’n’drop them to start file conversion. Yes, it’s that easy.

Resize options

Set output file image quality, resolution (DPI), resizing, compression, color depth and other parameters.

Convert multiple files at once

Batch process multiple pictures at a time — no need to manually add each file one by one.

Keep or remove EXIF metadata

Most cameras embed hidden information, called metadata, into every photograph taken. With our converter, you can remove EXIF metadata from your iPhone pictures to save more storage space on your device.

Keep your files secure

We make sure your images uploaded to our website are safe and secure. After conversion, the unique URL becomes invalid after one hour, and files are deleted from our server within 24 hours.

Keep original size & quality

Maintain good quality of converted files, while preserving their full resolution and quality — your photos will keep original DPI and dimensions after being converted to TIFF.

No need to download any software

No software to download — just select your file, upload it and get TIFF as a result!

No registration required

We don’t need your e-mail, name, location or any other personal data. We collect only file name and associated type of file conversion for each uploaded file.

Convenient ways to save converted files

Quickly download converted files by clicking a direct link (URL), saving them to your cloud storage or scanning a QR code wth your mobile device.

TIFF (Tagged Image File Format) — a format for storing images of considerable color depth. Mainly used for scanning, faxing, text recognition, in printing industry, widely supported by graphic applications.

With the help of free online image converter you can get the result you need – in available TIFF format settings you can set up a color depth from 1 up to 64 bit, depending on color depth you can choose compression type – lossless (LZW, FLATE) or lossy, but with maximum compression level (JPEG). Use additional parameters of conversation for more delicate TIFF format adjustment.

TIFF converter enables to convert various graphic formats, such as: JPG to TIFF, GIF to TIFF, BMP to TIFF and others.

Important! Partly you cannot see settings in “TIFF optional settings” field because of their unavailability for the combination given. By changing color depth and compression type you will get access to acceptable settings for chosen combination.

What is TIFF format

TIFF means “Tagged file format” and is a specification for saving images electronically. In contrast to more popular cousin, JPEG, TIFF is “lossless”, which means that each pixel in original (before it is converted to TIFF) is stored accurately. As a result, TIFF files are relatively large. The format supports “LZW” compression, which can be used to reduce file size.

The format is used for many things (photos, scans, satellite images). In general, think of it as a large, high quality image. Much of the work with images involves multiple edits. TIFF is perfect for this because it allows you to save data over and over again and every time you change something and unchangeable pixels remain same.

In our converter you can see a lot of format settings, from color depth and compression method to bytes. All this allows you to use many compression options and functions. Such a wide range of possible functions has led to a joke that TIFF actually means “Thousands of incompatible file formats”.

When is JPEG used, and when is TIFF used?

  • JPEG for Web
  • TIFF for printing, offset printing, magazine offset printing.

TIFF (.tiff) stores all image data and colors. Result is a very large file. When all original data is preserved, the integrity of image is ensured in a dotted line.

There is something else to keep in mind that images cannot be viewed in a web browser.

JPEG (.jpg) format compresses the image and color data. Compression makes file smaller, ideal for the web, but the more you compress image, the more the image quality deteriorates.

The trade-off between a small file size and a bad-looking image is always, few people will like it if the web page takes a couple of minutes to load.

What do I save to a JPEG, TIFF or RAW digital camera?

If this applies to digital photography, you can select the JPEG, TIFF and/or RAW format depending on the camera you are using. File formats are basically the same, but the way your camera works is slightly different. In this case, the best option is to shoot JPEG & RAW. One snapshot creates two duplicate files. JPEG is designed for quick viewing, e-mail, Internet, etc. A RAW file is a “digital negative” (not *processed* by the camera), it saves all settings at the time of shooting and can be updated/reprocessed later.

What are the advantages and disadvantages of TIFF

One of the advantages I know about, because I have reviewed many documents on the Internet, is that TIFF can carefully store and preserve many images and keep them intact enough to be useful for printing and confirming (if necessary) documents.

Try scanning documents with a scanner and then copying them to the image editor. Then save it as a PNG, GIF and JPG as a test.

How do I display an image in TIFF format?

This format is a rather complicated file format for storing raster data, you can read the specification here: https://www.adobe.io/open/standards/TIFF.html

If we assume that the raster image inside has sufficient resolution, the difference between the views may be in the number of pixels displayed: for a quick preview, you usually do not read everything, but only a few (the transition in file) and thus create a low resolution image. Often TIFF images do contain a 72PPI version of the image in the file, and the fastest way to preview them is to extract and display them in the application. For a better preview, the application should read all the data from the TIFF. The trick to speed up the scaling is to display the low-resolution image first, and since as you zoom in, the user reads more pixels of file, but only those that are within the region that you see, so the number of pixels the application reads is at least constant at each zoom level.

Today, most applications use libTIFF, an open source C library that allows you to decode a TIFF.