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PS to TIFF converter

OnlineConvertFree provides free image conversion services without requiring any software installation. Easily convert your ps files to tiff or any other format with just a few clicks.

Converting your ps file to tiff is easy with these steps.

Converting your tiff file to ps is easy with these steps.

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Step 1

Upload ps-file

You can select ps file you want to convert from your computer, Google Drive, Dropbox or simply drag and drop it onto the page.
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Step 2

Select «to tiff»

Choose tiff or any of the other 200+ supported formats you'd like to convert to.
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Step 3

Download your tiff file

Please wait for the conversion to complete, then click on the download button to obtain your converted file in the tiff format.

Converting ps to tiff

Fast and easy
Simply drag and drop your ps files onto the webpage, and you'll be able to convert them to tiff or over 250 different file formats, all without having to register, provide an email address, or include a watermark.
You don't need to worry about security.
As soon as you upload your ps files, we instantly delete them. Converted files are then deleted after 24 hours. Furthermore, we ensure that all file transfers are secure through advanced SSL encryption.
Everything is stored in the cloud.
You don't have to go through the hassle of installing any software. We handle all ps to tiff conversions in the cloud, which means that none of your computer's resources will be used in the process.

PostScript File

Extension.ps
Category🔵 images
Programs
🔵 Adobe Illustrator (Windows, Mac OS)
🔵 Adobe Acrobat (Windows, Mac OS)
🔵 Adobe Photoshop (Windows, Mac OS)
🔵 Adobe Photoshop Elements (Windows, Mac OS)
🔵 ACD Systems Canvas X (Windows)
🔵 ACD Systems ACDSee Photo Studio (Windows)
🔵 GSView (Windows, Linux)
🔵 GPL Ghostscript (Windows)
🔵 Apple Preview (Mac OS)
🔵 Evince (Linux)
Main program🔵 Adobe Photoshop
Description🔵 Files with the .ps extension were created between 1982 and 1984 by Doug Brotz, Bill Paxton, John Warnock, Ed Taft, Charles Geschke at Adobe Systems. Publishers commonly use PS files for their electronic and desktop publishing business. Before creating a PostScript format, it seemed impossible to print text and image on a single page, as we do today. PostScript files made it feasible for applications to communicate with printers, such that they could display both text and image simultaneously on a single page. The Apple LaserWriter, released in March 1985, was the first printer to sport the PostScript format, thus helping printing technologies scale the text-image hurdle and revolutionizing the publishing business.
Technical details🔵 Postscript was initially conceptualized as a computer programming language by John Gaffney; the file format was later developed. PostScript files are mostly created with applications like Adobe Acrobat or Quark Express. Though new file formats of similar and better functionalities have been made since PostScript, it is still supported by recent printer technologies, so the hardware's producer includes the device driver software structure. The average PS file functions more like a GPS, with instructions that supply the coordinates required by printheads to scribbling the right pixel of character at the right spot.
Developer🔵 Adobe Systems
MIME type
🔵 application/postscript
🔵 application/ps
🔵 application/x-postscript
🔵 application/x-ps
🔵 text/postscript
🔵 application/x-postscript-not-eps

Tagged Image File Format

Extension.tiff
Category🔵 images
Programs
🔵 Microsoft Windows Photos (Windows)
🔵 Microsoft Windows Photo Viewer (Windows)
🔵 Apple Preview (Mac)
🔵 CorelDRAW Graphics Suite (Windows)
🔵 Adobe Photoshop (Windows & Mac)
🔵 Adobe Photoshop Elements (Windows & Mac)
🔵 Adobe Illustrator (Windows & Mac)
🔵 ACD Systems ACDSee (Windows)
🔵 MacPhun ColorStrokes (Mac)
🔵 Nuance PaperPort (Windows)
🔵 Nuance OmniPage Ultimate (Windows)
🔵 Roxio Toast (Mac)
Description🔵 .tiff (Tagged Image File Format) The .tiff format is a flexible and adaptable file format for handling images and data within a single file, through the use of tags. TIFF files can handle multiple images and data in a single file through the use of tags. It's widely supported by image-manipulation applications, publishing and page layout applications, scanning, faxing, word processing, optical character recognition, and other applications. TIFF can be used for storing high-quality, high-resolution images and is often used in professional environments like publishing and photography.
Technical details🔵 The `.tiff` format, or Tagged Image File Format, is widely used for raster graphics. Here are its key technical details: - Versatility: Supports various color formats, both lossless and lossy compression. - Compression: Commonly uses lossless LZW compression. - Multiplicity: Can store multiple images in one file, useful for scanned documents or graphic layers. - Color Depth: Offers a wide range of color depths, from 1-bit to 32-bit. - Metadata: Stores extensive metadata, including image details and editing history. - Alpha Channels: Supports transparency through alpha channels. - Color Management: Allows for ICC profile inclusion, ensuring color accuracy. - No Size Limit: Suitable for high-resolution images with no file size limit. - Extensibility: Highly extensible with tags for various data types. - HDR Support: Stores high dynamic range (HDR) images. - Geospatial Use: Popular in geospatial applications for storing location data. - Scanning: Preferred for high-quality scanned images in professional settings. - Compatibility: Widely supported but less web-friendly due to large file size. `.tiff` is prized for its quality and versatility, especially in photography, publishing, and archiving. However, its large file size may limit its use in storage or bandwidth-sensitive contexts.
Developer🔵 Aldus, Adobe Systems
MIME type
🔵 image/tiff
🔵 image/x-tga

FAQ

❓ How do I change ps to tiff?
To get started, either pick a file you want to convert from ps and select it or drag and drop it into the conversion tool. Next, select the desired format that you wish to convert your file to. Once you have selected the format, click the "convert" button and wait for the tool to finish converting your file.
⏳ What is the estimated time it will take to convert ps to tiff?
Typically, image conversions only take a few seconds, so you can expect a speedy conversion when changing ps to tiff.
🛡️ Can I trust OnlineConvertFree to convert ps to tiff securely?
Absolutely! We take your security seriously, and guarantee the protection of your uploaded and converted files. No one will have access to your information since we delete all files once the conversion process is complete. You can trust that all types of conversions, including ps to tiff, are 100% safe on OnlineConvertFree.
📱 Is it possible to convert ps to tiff without having to install any software?
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