TIFF File Format Version number:
TIFF (Tagged Image File Format) is one of the most popular and flexible of the current public domain raster file formats. The TIFF file format does not favor any operating system, compiler or processor. TIFF is designed for raster data interchange. TIFF's main strengths are a highly flexible and platform-independent format that is supported by numerous image-processing applications. Since developers of printers, scanners and monitors designed it, the TIFF format has a rich space of information elements for colorimetry calibration, gamut tables, etc. Such information is also very useful for remote sensing and multi-spectral applications.
- CCITT Group 3 1D
- CCITT Group 3 1D with no EOLs
- CCITT Group 3 2D
- CCITT Group 4 2D
- Pack Bits