Browse Tag: TIFF

Batch TIFF Resizer v3.41 Released

We are pleased to announce the release of Batch TIFF Resizer v3.41. This update fixes a bug which causes the output TIFF to revert to 24 Bit when the Color Depth is set to “As Is” and the input TIFF has a 48 Bit Color Depth.

Batch TIFF Resizer v3.37 Released

We are pleased to announce the immediate release of Batch TIFF Resizer v3.37. This update brings new enhancements to the TIFF Export Module.

We included the option for Mixed Mode TIFF Compression. This option is useful for multipage TIFF which may contain some Grayscale/Black and White pages such as scanned documents and Color pages such as photos. In the past, you can set the TIFF Compression for the entire TIFF file which would apply to all pages. In Mixed Mode, you can define the TIFF Compression and Color Depth for the Color and Grayscale/Black and White pages. This can result in smaller file size which also reflects the correct colors for each page.

At the same time, we included the TIFF Zip Compression levels option so if you are using the new ZIP Compression, you can determine if you want to use the fastest but larger file size or the slower but smaller file size.

Batch TIFF Resizer v3.29 Released

We are pleased to announce the immediate availability of Batch TIFF Resizer v3.29. This update adds the Deflate algorithm to the TIFF Compression options.

We made slight modification to the Image Format dropbox. Lately, we have clients who are confused about the “Extract” option. Basically, there is two core sets of Image Format, one which would be to merge all the files on the list as a single TIFF or PDF file.

The second option is the “Extract” option which has two variant. The first being the “Extract One File to One (PDF/TIFF)”. This method basically will treat each file in each row as a single file. It will apply the page rearranging, extraction and deletion where applicable. However if you set the page range to the all the pages in the document, it will save that single row as a single file. This will work with format which supports multipages such as the TIFF and PDF format.

The other variant to the “Extract” option is the one to extract all the pages to single page file. In this case, if a TIFF file has 5 pages, it will save each of the file pages as single pages. So you will get 5 files each with its own page. This will work with PDF and TIFF as well as the formats such as PNG and JPEG which does not support multiple pages.