windows 7 - Software to edit TIFF files

  • Alex

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  • duDE

    Apart from IrfanView (see above) you can give the Paint.NET a chance (download for example here):

    If all you want is a quick image retouch, Photoshop is overkill. Paint.NET, on the other hand, is an open-source freeware editor with all the essentials, including tools to crop, rotate, and resize images, adjust colors, and create collages. It supports common image formats--JPEG, PNG, GIF, TIFF, and others--but not high-resolution RAW files.

  • kebs

    Irfanview is great for simple editing tasks (resizing, cropping,...) and handles TIFF files. It is also free of charge (but not free software)

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    images - How to split a multipage TIFF file on Windows?
  • Questioner

    I thought Adobe Photoshop could do everything, but apparently it cannot read multipage TIFF files.

    I have a TIFF file with four pages, and I need to edit one of the pages. Windows Picture Viewer can print all four pages, but cannot split them. Anyone know how I can split the original TIFF into four separate images suitable for editing?

    The Google search for "free tiff splitter windows" returns lots of suspicious looking downloads.

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  • Area 51

    The King of image transformation software is Image Magick. You can use this to do most image translations / conversions, and it's a respected (and therefore as safe) as these things can be.

    It's a command line tool, but more powerful for that. At a command prompt, simply type ...

    convert multipage.tif single%d.tif

    to create multiple tif files.