About tiff
TIFF stand for Tag Image File Format which is a common image format for exchanging raster graphics or bitmap images between application programs, including those used for scanner images. A TIFF file can be saved with .tiff file format or .tif file name suffix. The TIFF format was developed in 1986 by an industry committee chaired by the Aldus Corporation and it part of Adobe Software. Microsoft and Hewlett Packard were among the contributors to the format. One of the most common graphic image formats TIFF files are commonly used in desktop publishing, faxing, 3-D applications, and medical imaging applications. TIFF files can be used in web pages and web applications project compression. TIFF file format is compress file format which is used in development.
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