|⇒ Category:||Raster Image Files|
|⇒ Developer:||Adobe Systems|
📌 A .TIFF data category relates to the graphical container type which stores and handles raster visual graphics in the Tagged Image File Format (TIFF). Precisely, it is composed of high-quality graphical content and is compatible with color depths from 1 up to 24 bits. In addition, the .TIFF image definition is also compliant with lossless and lossy compression types, depending on the file owner’s desire. Moreover, the .TIFF file items are also compatible with multiple pages and layers. The .TIFF file structure and composite base has been invented and opened up by Aldus Corporation in the middle 1980’s and until now serves as an essential image extension for storing and saving high-quality color images on diverse designated computer systems and platforms.
📌 The .TIFF file entities are flawlessly opened up and reviewed by specific image viewers and editors, available within your PC-environment. Therefore, you can utilize such default software products as Microsoft Paint, Microsoft Windows Photo Viewer, Microsoft Photos, Apple Photos, Apple Preview to open and review the graphical content, involved into the proper .TIFF file sample. As an extra possibility, you can preinstall various third-party, professional graphical editors, like Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, CorelDRAW Graphics Suite, ACDSee Photo Studio, and more to configure the embedded graphical layers, apply filters or effects, use lasso or magic wand to accurately select the desired image area, or execute another actions, required for your predefined tasks and actual needs.