How to Create a .TIF Document From a Work Document

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TIF is a type of high quality image container format used when you need the highest possible quality available. Create a .TIF document from a working document with help from a computer professional in this free video clip.

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Hey, what's up? My name is Chase, and today I'm going to show you how to create a TIF from your working document. Today, I'm working in Photoshop and I already have a picture of my friend here open with a few layers that I've already made adjustments on. First I'm going to flatten the image by going to layer, flatten image. Next I'm just going to save it by going to file, save as. And in the format box is where were going to find all the different options for ways we can save our photo. There's Photoshop, there's bmp, there's jpeg which is you know those are all pretty normal. Png, and down towards the bottom we have TIFF. We are going to select TIFF. We are going to name our file. I'm just going to name it friend. And I'm going to save it as a copy just so I don't override the original one. Then I'm going to hit save. And a new dialog box is going to pop up. Under image compression we are going to leave it at nine. Pixel order we are going to leave it at interleaved. And byte order depending on whether you are using a Mac or a PC is where we are going to make some changes in the settings. I'm using a Mac so I'm going to leave it set as Macintosh. If you are working on a PC you are going to select IBM PC. Today I'm just going to select Macintosh because I'm working on Mac. And then I hit okay. It's going to save and that's it. That's how you create a TIFF document from your work document. And in my case, I was using Photoshop today. Thanks for watching.


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