Both of the above mentioned are able to save your pictures in different formats to be chosen in the process of saving. In a nutshell its EASY. Your problem, though, is that your computer is having a problem will installing IrfanView.
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Your posts always have good information. Maybe it's illegal, too, through some byzantine interpretation of the antitrust laws as an conferter known as tying, something I have studied. TIFF was the obvious choice for one other reason: I'd love to know--drop me a line. Photoshop ain't for everyone.
Please try again now or at a later time. It is not for no reason we have so many image formats and their number keeps growing. You had insinuated that the conversion with Photoshop may take some time ''convert all files to a JPEG format titf while watching the Boston Red Sox'' and I added to my suggestion that the IrfanView method time involved would be very short, maybe as short as a second.
In which format do you need to convert your image? I agree that there are tons of inconveniences with having to use several different applications to work with an image file and that distributing the photos requires converting them to another format first.
I evidently assumed correctly since Bob was able to use IrfanView to perform his conversion.
JPG is the file format for images made by digital cameras and spread throughout the world wide web. I went to one of your other posts about sending files over the internet right now and that post was right-on. Don't have a clue.
Once you have recorded the conversion of one file using record actions in Photoshop. For professionals I would imagine that they would demand professional tools, simple conversions do not require professional tools.
Automate TIFF to JPG Data Conversion Tasks
Will send it to you later. These are the cases when an image's size matters more than image's quality.
Read my reply to Chuck. We do not publish nor keep any file anywhere. One of many free ways is IrfanView.
Turn TIFF to JPG raster images online in a few clicks!
Your problem, though, is that your computer is having a problem will installing IrfanView. Excuse me a moment while I implode. Seems to be of interest with the Digital Camera Forum also.
I read in a previous posting to open tigf photo and then save it as a jpeg. But I'll get to that later.
TIFF to JPG
Why use one over the other? One other way to convert, as well as Quicktime from Dan3. Just make sure that you have time on your hands when you do download your photo's as each photo must be 'processed' - but now it's done on your computer.
Trying to find a post that I sent before explaining the procedure. Batched conversions as well?
TIFF to JPG converter for batch processing on Mac – PhotoBulk
Converting TIFF files to jpeg. Start integrating data today! You can vary the compression to get the quality you're satisfied with. I don't care what Loris' stupid conevrter are.