TIFF to PNG
- Step 1 - Upload the TIFF image by dragging it to the uploader or clicking at the box at the right.
- Step 2 - Wait a moment while your TIFF is converted to PNG.
- Step 3 - Click Download your converted ePub file after conversion immediately.
TIFF TO PNG Conversion
The graphical file format TIFF or TIF is a file exchange format. This image used in both print and digital cameras. TIF is the abbreviation of Tagged Image File Format and is written as a shorter variant of the Tagged Image File Format (TIFF), but there are no imperative differences in viewing quality.
How to Convert TIFF to PNG
Tiff files are easy to convert to PNG with online web app or mobile app. Follow the following procedure to convert TIFF file to PNG.
1. Choose a TIFF file to convert
Locate and select a TIFF file to convert into PNG file. Click on the “Choose File” button to select from your computer.
2. Select PNG Format from the Options
Now click on the “Choose Type” button to convert PNG to Tiff. Let the conversion happen.
3. Wait a While Before Conversion is Done
Now you should bear wait until the conversion is done. It does not normally take long. Almost 10-20 seconds provided your internet connect speed must be good.
4. Download the Converted File
Click on Download button to save the converted file to your computer.
TIFF images are usually saved reserving the disk space of 24-bit or 48-bit (in the last case each RGB color store 16 bit alone). This format is commonly used online as it is not widely supported by all major web browsers. It usually gets available in an uncompressed although it supports both loss and lossless compression (some decipherable program compress TIFF files using a lossless compression algorithm called LZW but it is not widely compatible).
PNG (pronounced "ping") is a bitmap graphic file format used to transmit and save bitmapped images. PNG takes up the capability of storing up to 16 bits (gray-scale) or 48 bits (truecolor) per pixel.
- Widely Adopted for web publications.
- Valid for printable techniques
- HD image processing availability
- Less Compression Losses
- File best format suitable for storing as intermediate versions of the image
- PNG can support a large range of colors. PNG-8 (256 colors) and PNG-24 (about 16.7 million. Colors)
*It is supported only with primary colors RGB.
*Image quality may blur in ultra HD.
- Unable to support Animation
- Multiple image storing-not possible
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