How to export TIFF files?

How to export TIFF files?

The TIFF format is a 16-bit file type without compression of the final image, editable steps already carried out, editable on processing software such as Photoshop. You will need a USB key connected to the Stellina for this manipulation.

 

To export this image format, first go to Profile. Then press Settings and Activate TIFF export. This enables, as the name suggests, the export of this type of file.

 

 

Now that this is done, once you observe the object whose files you want to export in TIFF format, is displayed on the button at the top right which allows to Share.

Now you can press Export TIFF and the images will be sent directly to your USB key.

 



You can find the TIFF image processing tutorial here.
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