TIFF is definitely an abbreviation for Tagged Image File Format. This is a raster extendable for digital images. TIFF includes what are known as "tags" which either indicates the easy geometry from the image, like its size, or define how the data is arranged or various image compression options. Have tons of PDF files and need to convert to the TIFF image format in Mac OS X Lion/Mountain Lion? You are in the right place.
A file in PDF (Portable Document Format) could be converted to a top quality TIFF (Tagged Image Extendable) file using software in the Windows or Macintosh operating systems, as long as you have PDF to Image for Mac, which can convert PDF files to most popular vector and raster image formats including PNG, JPEG, GIF, TIFF, BMP quickly and easily. Converting PDF to the image format of Tiff can be finished in 1-2-3 simple steps.
Note: Click the download button as below to get the Mac tool installed on your Mac computer. For Windows users, you can use PDF to Image Converter to convert PDF ebooks to TIFF and other image formats on your PC.
Step 1: Import PDF files
Free download and install the PDF to TIF Converter for Mac, then run it. On the top menu click "Add File" or "Add Folder" to load your PDF files from local folder.
Step 2: Select output format
After adding the PDF files, you will see the following screen. Click the "Output" drop-down list to select "TIF" as an output format. On the right window "Page Range"area you can also set the page ranges to meet your needs.
Step 3: Convert PDF to TIFF Images on Mac
Afert setting the output format, just press the "Start" button on right bottom to start conversion. You can also customize the output destination by clicking "Browse" button.
Wait for a moment, you can get the TIFF images on your specified folder. Open it and check the output quality. Now it's easy to open and view the TIFF images on your Mac with a professional picture viewer.