Tiff

TIFF is a computer file format for storing raster graphics images, popular among graphic artists, the publishing industry, and both amateur and professional photographers in general. The format was originally created by the company Aldus for use in desktop publishing. The specification originally had the name TIFF as the acronym for "Tagged Image File Format". When Adobe Systems acquired Aldus, they published Version 6 (1993) of the TIFF specification which dropped the Microsoft reference as well as all references to TIFF being an acronym. TIFF remains a published specification under the control of Adobe Systems.
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    • Vecteezy Editor: A Free SVG Editor Online

      Modern browsers are doing a great job supporting the scalable vector graphics format (SVG). If you’re wondering what that gobbledygook means, here’s a quick explanation. Let’s say you have a piece of graph paper and you want to draw a bar down the page, filling in 10 squares. You fill in each square independently with a square sticker and record the square x and y coordinates ...

      Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blog- 27 readers -
  • What’s up with those image files?

    … to be produced for print. EPS files are universal and can be opened in any design editor; which is convenient for people who don’t have Adobe products. TIFF (file name extension .tiff or .tif) Tagged Image File Format TIFF is a raster file that can be re-sized without compromising the quality of the file. They are commonly used in desktop…

    Gminski Stubbs/ Apex Virtual Solutions- 11 readers -