With so many image formats used for professional and non-professional purposes these days, it becomes increasingly hard to have proper viewers, editors and converters for all image formats. Some applications are good at opening folders with thousands of JPG files, but cannot handle 100 MB TIFF files. Some open vector image files in seconds, but have problems viewing PDF documents — and so on.
Advanced TIFF Editor Plus combines the functionality of an image viewer, editor and converter that supports such formats as FAX, TIF(F), PDF, DCX, EPS, PS, AI, GIF, JBIG and DICOM. One of the key features of the program is the support of multi-page documents — something that many other viewers have serious problems with. This support enables users to change page order, add or remove pages, split and merge multi-page files and do a lot more. Other notable features include noise removal from scanned images, viewing of fax images with different horizontal and vertical DPI values and batch image processing. Advanced TIFF Editor Plus is not a basic viewer, but a viewer with functionality found in professional photo editing software that costs hundreds of dollars. The program is a perfect choice for users who work with documents rather than photos — for instance, those working in archives, responsible for the enterprise electronic work flow or creating compilations of documents in the image format.
Advanced TIFF Editor Plus is a feature-loaded tool for image editing, viewing, touch-up and conversion that efficiency handles multi-page and regular documents of nearly all known formats.
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