TIFF is a variable-resolution bitmapped image format developed by Aldus (now part of Adobe) in 1986.
They are very common for transporting color or gray-scale images into page layout applications, but is less suited to delivering web content as these files are large and of very high quality.
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other guys in today's video is flexi Starter. We're gonna be looking at importing to farts, but let's have a quick intro first so today's video can be found on softwaretraining.co.za C o. Today you guys will notice We do have a variety of different Softwares we cover and we are blessed with daily. So just keep I therefore any content Otherwise, we're back in the programme here. Just a reminder. This is a very serious on importing, um, different files. So today we'll be covering the tough, and I will leave links and description so you can actually follow along otherwise, when it comes to the actual to file Um, yeah, it is, um, you know, it's quite popular for having been very large and having very high quality, so you won't easily use this for way Pews like the PMG, as these files tend to be quite large, but they can keep some nice colour and grace co information otherwise to located. First of all, first of all, we can do it. We go to our standard tube on top here, zoom in and then you want to find a little safe lobby type icon stuff controlling what's the right name for it. And they were the error that points to the paper. Then I can click that if you also obviously it's his import, then otherwise, you go to file here and we never get down to import. Click this or purpose up our import options and the we'll just change the fourth format from That's my Dad T G H tiff, and then obviously navigate to your location. And like I mentioned before, if you don't see it, then make sure this file type is selected tive. Select your file. Then, with preview on here, we'll be able to see a little preview of the to file just nice. And then we have this link button. So now if you click link, then it will kind of just put it externally in your project. So if you copy that project anywhere else without copying the image along, it will not be there. So this is great for referencing, but if you plan on using it in your final image, I would recommend you leave this off there. No embedded. In other words, if you copy this to a printer or Qatar and it's embedded then, uh, they will also see the image. Otherwise we click import here, I'll give you this blue little box where you wanna place your imported image. I'll just be clicking here. Yeah, you have your too far imported. Like I mentioned before. These file types are great for very large and high quality images. So then otherwise, if we go here to softwaretraining.co.za y, um, like I mentioned that you can find a variety of different Softwares. And also, you can search here if an isolated search and you're looking for anything specific, like the specific training videos. You know, if you don't find what you're looking for, we also have this option requested training video. Then we will make that video for you. Otherwise, thanks, guys, for watching until the next one. Cheers.