How To Convert PDF Files to TIFF

Click on the ‘Choose File’ option to open file manager, or drag and drop the PDF file you want to convert.
On the next window, you will see two options. If you want to convert all pages at once, choose the 1st button and click ‘Next.’
The conversion will begin automatically.
However, if you only need selected pages, you need to choose the ‘Convert Selected Pages’ button.
Select the pages you want converted and ‘Start Images Extraction.’
Please wait for a few seconds. Once the process is completed, press ‘Download.’
A ZIP file will be downloaded. Extract the file and you will have your TIFF images ready.
If you have more files to convert, the option of ‘Start Over’ is also provided.

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What Are TIFF Files?

TIFF, short for Tag Image File Format, was developed by Aldus Corporation in the 1980s as a standardized image format primarily designed for scanned documents. Although originally developed by Aldus, Adobe now holds the copyright to TIFF.

A unique feature of TIFF is its ability to preserve multiple pages and images within a single file, making it an ideal choice for saving high-quality and detailed images. Despite not being the most efficient option in terms of file compression due to its lossless nature, TIFF remains popular, particularly for high-quality photographs and high-resolution scans. Additionally, it can also serve as a container for smaller JPEG files.

One notable advantage of using TIFF over PDF is that it provides greater flexibility when editing images while retaining intricate image data intact. TIFF files are particularly useful in desktop publishing with online imagery where maintaining image quality is crucial.

For instance, if you are working on designing a magazine cover using Photoshop and need to overlay text onto an image currently stored in PDF format; converting the PDF into a TIFF file would be necessary.

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