There are many reasons as to why someone would even bother compressing their files. One of the most obvious reason is to save space on their computer. By compressing your files as you go along, you eliminate the need to purchase additional memory which is expensive and only a short-term solution. Not only this but having smaller files makes sending and receiving of files much faster. Imagine sending a file that is only 1/100th of the original size, that means it will only take 1/100th of the the time as well.
Tiffs to PDFs?
Nowadays, more and more people are starting to use PDFs. This format is becoming increasingly popular which is why it is much more useful to convert your Tiffs into PDFs. By using a PDF converter, you can do this with ease. However, a problem that arises from using PDFs is usually the size of the file. They tend to be bulky in size which is why the need to compress is even more important now.
So convert and compress?
Yes, you need to be able to convert and compress your tiffs in order to get the most use out of them. While you can purchase these two products separately, you will also be able to find some software that has both of these capabilities. For example, CVISION's PdfCompressor can both convert and compress with amazing power. To find out more, you can click on the links above and download a free trial. And of course, you can contact CVISION directly if you have any other questions.