Tagged Image File Format

Definition(s)

  • A graphic file format used for storing still-image bitmaps. TIFFs are stored in tagged fields, and programs use the tags to accept or ignore fields, depending on the application.
  • A widely used bit-mapped graphics file format. This is essentially a picture of a document.
  • A bit mapped graphics file format that contains a picture of a document.
  • Graphic files that portray a single page of a file for viewing purposes with a .tif extension (in the case of Multi-page TIFFs, output images can consist of multiple pages).
  • One of several standards for making electronic images.
  • The “de facto” electronic/computer standard for scanned, bit-mapped images – 8 bit color and gray scale. Originated in 1986 as a joint project of Microsoft and Aldus. Includes several types and groups which are compressed & uncompressed.
  • One of the most widely supported file formats for storing bit-mapped images. Files in TIFF format often end with a .tif extension.
  • This image format is commonly used as the standard file delivery format for production.

Notes

  1. Fios, E-Discovery Glossaryhttp://discoveryresources.org/01_electronic_discovery_glossary.html 
  2. Fenwick & West LLP, FWPS eDiscovery Terminology (11/6/2005). Citing Fios’ eDiscovery Glossary, http://discoveryresources.org/01_electronic_discovery_glossary_sz.html.
  3. Vinson & Elkins LLP Practice Support, EDD Glossary.
  4. RSI, Glossary.
  5. RenewData, Glossary (10/5/2005).
  6. Vinson & Elkins LLP Practice Support, EDD Glossary.
  7. Ibis Consulting, Glossary.
  8. Legal Electronic Document Institute, Basic Principles of Automated Litigation Support (2005).
  9. Formerly American Document Management, Glossary of Terms, now 5i Solutions Glossary.
  10. Kroll Ontrack, Glossary of Termshttp://www.krollontrack.com/glossaryterms
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