Tagged Image File Format (abbreviated TIFF) is a file format for storing images. The TIFF format is the standard in document imaging and document management systems using CCITT Group IV 2D compression. In high-volume storage scanning, documents are typically scanned in black-and-white to conserve storage capacity utilizing about 50 kB of storage at 300 ppi.
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