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Tiff Files

Discussion in 'Apps Discussion' started by ProPhoto, 6 August 2012.

  1. ProPhoto

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    I don't know if my issue was already addressed -- but what apps, if any, can process Tiff files?
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    That is a really good question...Anyone?
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  3. ProPhoto

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    PLEASE HELP I don't know if my issue was already addressed -- but what apps, if any, can process Tiff files?

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    Chris / interealtime The NightCapper... App Developer

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    I'd say basically any app should be able to process TIFF files. When an app requests an image from the photo library, the library itself loads the file so the app doesn't care what format it's in.

    Or did you mean which apps are able to save TIFF files? On that, I'm really not sure - none that I've come across, at any rate. (And I'm referring to processing apps only there of course!)
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    there was a discussion around 645Pro and tiff files ( can't find it now) but if you go here: http://jag.gr/645pro/specifications/
    you can get more info...hope it helps

    645 Pro Specs

    HI-quality JPEG (±1.0 MB)
    MAX-quality JPEG (4.5–11.5 MB)
    option to save dRAW data* (18-23 MB TIFF, 5-8 MB TIFF with lossless LZW compression if option taken to save to Camera Roll)
    JPEGs saved to Camera Roll
    TIFFs saved to app Documents folder (for iTunes File Sharing), or, optionally, to Camera Roll
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    Thanks Chris and Delta

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    Image Blender is the only app I know off hand that will not open TIFF files. I just get a blank screen. The majority of my apps will open and edit TIFFs. I generally figure out which ones work by trial and error.
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    Oh ok, I like image blender, thanks DC

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    I know there is an app which can process tiff easily.This multiple TIFF processing solutions can fulfill different needs best, which include TIFF page adding, deleting, TIFF files loading and saving,
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    ProPhoto -

    645ProMkII is the best camera app I know that will record and save an image in TIFF.

    Filterstorm is the best postprocessing app that will post-P and save an image in TIFF.

    The VividHDR update that should be coming out very soon is supposed to add TIFF process/save capability.

    Hope this is of use to you.

    R'gds,

    John
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