TIF/TIFF (Tag Image File Format) is widely and common used lossless image format in all platforms, such as Mac, Windows, Unix. With the ability of storing arbitrary number of bits per pixel and having variety of compression algorithms, TIFF is favored by most people, especially by graphic designers. TIFF supports CMYK, RGB, Lab, indexed color and grayscale with alpha avenue and Bitmap images without alpha avenue. When approving or adding new tags, it can extend TIFF format by using tags. That is, the image information can be stored and arranged.
TIF Image Builder
can help you convert many image formats such as BMP, GIF,
PNG, JPG/JPEG, ICO, TIF, EXIF, WMF, EMF to TIF or TIFF file
by changing some useful parameters. With the builder, you
can resize, rotate and flip the original photo. The
conversion process takes few time. You can keep aspect ratio
through the convenient proportional calculator. You can set
various texts and watermarks to the image. And you can also
convert a frame of animated image to a TIF file.
(include 32-bit and 64-bit
Microsoft Windows 98/Me/NT/2000/XP/2003/VISTA
for 64bit version:
EMF (Enhanced Metafile) is a
metafile format designed by Microsoft, and a successor to
the older WMF format. EMF is a newer 32-bit version with
additional commands. It is easy to read on MS Windows
computer while harder to read on other platforms. EMF files
are usually stored between 5 to 10 KB in size, and EMF
images do not support transparency. The EMZ format is a
compressed version of the EMF format. EMF+ is an extension
to EMF that allows GDI+ records to be stored. There are two
variations on the EMF+ format: EMF+ Only and EMF+ Dual.