What Makes TIFF Different from Other Image File Formats?
Many image file formats have an image header with fixed fields containing information such as image dimensions, color space specification, etc. The TIFF file format is different in that it allows for a flexible set of information fields. There exists a specification for many of these information fields, called 'tags', ranging from the most fundamental, like image dimensions, over the most luxurious like copyright information, up to so-called 'private tags' or 'custom tags' that you can define to hold your own application specific information.
How to Convert TIFF to PDF?
Here are the simple and easy steps to convert the TIFF files to PDF: 1. Start your graphics processing software (Here, we take ACDSee, Adobe Photoshop as an example) 2. Open a TIFF image document 3. Select from main menu "File"->"Print" 4. Select Printer "Virtual PDF Printer" 5. If you need to adjust PDF generation options, click the "Property" button on the right 6. Click "OK" 7. A dialog will pop up, assign the folder and file name of the PDF document to be generated
About TIFF Converters
Full-featured TIFF Converters you can be used easily convert between 77 graphic formats, including TIFF, TIF, GIF, PNG, JPEG, TGA, RLE, DIB, PCD, ICB, ICO, WMF, BMP, PCX, SCR, EMF, JIF, VDA, JFIF, RGB, AFI, VST, WIN, CEL, JPE, RGBA, PIC, PCC, CUT, PPM, PGM, PBM, SGI, RLA, RPF, PSD, PDD, PSP, CUR, TARGA, BW, TAR, JFI, EPS (preview), INT, INTA, FAX, JNG, MNG, 411, WBMP, WBM, ANI, PIX, THM, G3F, G3N, JP2, J2K, JPC, JPX, J2C, TPI, TPIC, PNM, and PXM. You also can view, print, capture, and edit images (resize, rotate, flip, mirror, and crop, and use filters, morphing effects, watermarks, and color enhancements). In addition to the ability to batch-convert, you can carry out single conversions. TIFF Converters also include full support for carrying out conversions (batch or otherwise) through the use of command-line input.