Tag Archives: TIFF

How to optimize scans

You have a nicely laid out document, complete with images, color, fonts and information, of course. Not surprisingly, after you scan it, the file size can get pretty large, making it harder to upload or email. There are two ways ...

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PDF vs. TIFF – which is the right format for your document scanning needs?

PDF and TIFF are the two primary choices when determining the document type for scanned images. By default, people normally gravitate towards PDF simply because it’s the more well-known of the two. However, as with all file formats, both options ...

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Use cases for converting scanned documents to compressed PDF Scanning has come a long way since the first image scanners were invented in the early 20th century. Today, you can scan documents and images in full color with vivid ...

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Why you never need to scan black-and-white again

Today, many people still scan their documents to image files such as TIFF, JPEGs, PNG and/or BMP. If you do the same, that means you’re creating a picture of your document that has nothing more to offer other than a ...

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Migrating your archive? Now’s the time to convert to PDF/A

It’s no secret that archive migration is a potentially complex and expensive undertaking. You’ve got a lot to consider, beyond merely copying over your documents. Whatever your reason for migrating your archive, now’s the time to convert your documents to ...

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