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Tiff File: Corruption and Recovery!



  What are Tiff files? Is Tiff files are useful?

  What are the difference between Tiff and other file formats?

  Can TIFF files get corrupt? Have you lost or corrupted the Tiff Files?

   How to recover Tiff files?

What are Tiff files? Is Tiff files are useful?

TIFF - Tagged Image File Format is another image storing format that includes line arts and photographs. Made by Aldus, now it is under Adobe systems. This is widely used by all the programs like image manipulation applications, scanning, word processing, optical character recognition and other similar programs. Its because it is a raster based format. The filename extension that are used to represent TIFF files are .tiff and .tif.

It is a flexible and adaptable file format that uses header tags. Header tags are made up of definition, size, image-data arrangement and applied image compression. It defines the geometry of the image.

Difference between Tiff and other file formats

Tiff allows for a flexible set of information fields. These are also known as Tags. These Tags can be from fundamental like image dimensions to well-appointed copyright information, up to so called custom or private tags. Other difference is the flexible combination of colorspace, Bitdepth/Datatype and compression scheme. Other than that TIFF supports multiple images in a single file.

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Can TIFF files get corrupt? Have you lost or corrupted the Tiff Files?

Like all files, images can also corrupt. Possible reasons include:

1. Display Environment
2. File format unsupported by the software or Software is interpreting the image file in the wrong way
3. File data get corrupted due to virus attacks or other harmful programs
4. Corruption in file while transferring over the network

TIFF Corruption has been faced by people all over the world. Have you also faced any problem while working on the TIFF files? If yes then you need to take some action to repair corrupted TIFF files. It means you need to perform the TIFF Recovery.

How to recover Tiff files?

To Recover TIFF files you need to use third party software programs that are made to perform the TIFF recovery. TIFF Recovery Software is the right choice for this. It uses improved algorithms to restore all the excessively damaged TIFF files. Its features include:

1. Recover Tiff images with original depth and color
2. Color Palette can also be recovered
3. Easy to use

TIFF Recovery - System Requirements

1. O.S - Windows 2000 or later
2. RAM - 256 MB or more
3. Disk space - 10 MB
4. Display - 640x480 or higher with minimum 256 colors

People who have lost their TIFF files due to any mishaps can use TIFF Recovery to see what they had lost.

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USER GUIDE


Steps to recovery your deleted Photos, Videos & Audio files
Step 1: Launch Application
Step 2: Now Select media for recovery. In this step you can search for photo, music and video files. Start scan
Step 3: After scanning , it show the preview of recovered files.
Step 4: This will help you to select the specific region of selected media.
Step 5: Select the specific file type
Step 6: Through this method you can create image sector by sector of selcted media.
Step 7: Select the range
Step 8: Resume recovery from the last saved scan
Step 9: Saved the recovered file at your specified location.

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