Open TIF files with File Viewer Plus

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Do you need to open a Tagged Image File (.TIF file)?

File Viewer Plus can open TIF image files! It comes with a variety of image editing tools and allows you to convert the file to different image formats. You can also use the program to save and batch convert TIF images to JPEG, PNG, GIF, and BMP formats.

Open, edit, save, and convert TIF files in our easy-to-use image editor. Try File Viewer Plus today!

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What is a .TIF file?

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The TIFF format was created in the mid-1980s by Aldus, which was later acquired by Adobe Systems. It was intended to be a standard image format across different computer platforms and document scanners. The format is adaptable, supporting lossy and lossless compression options and vector-based clipping paths. The image format can also be edited and re-saved without losing image quality, making it a useful format among professionals in the publishing industry.

Although the JPEG format has surpassed the TIFF format as a "universal format," you may still encounter a TIF file, especially if you receive images from photographers or graphic artists. If you receive a TIF file, you can use File Viewer Plus to open, edit, and save the image. You can also batch convert TIF files if you receive a large number of them and need to use them in a different image format.

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