What is PDF Image Format?
PDF, or Portable Document format, was created by Adobe Systems in 1993 for document exchange. PDF is widely used for files containing text, and for image files as well, because it is fairly universal and convenient for sharing information. In addition, PDF files have lossless compression, which means that if you reduce the size of a PDF file, you do not lose any information. For these reasons, PDF image format is often preferred over other image formats.
Converting Other Image Formats to PDF Image Format
Sometimes, you may find that you have other types of image files that you would prefer to work with in PDF format. For example, you scanner may output TIFF files, which are high quality but too bulky to manage. In this case, you could convert the file into PDF image format, and you can then work with it as you please, taking advantages of all the PDF capabilities. To convert other files into PDF, all you have to do is use conversion software, which performs the process for you in a single click.
Tools for Converting to PDF Image Format
CVISION offers a comprehensive toolkit called PdfCompressor that allows you to convert different image files to PDF instantly. In addition, PdfCompressor performs all of the basic operations that make your PDFs user-friendly and easy to manage. With high compression rates and OCR, PdfComprossor has all of the features needed for PDF image format files. Download the free trial version today to test it out.