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We offer a range of tools, to help you convert your files in the most convenient way for you. As well as our online file conversion service, we also offer a desktop app for file conversions straight from your desktop, and an API for automated file conversions for developers. Which tool you use is up to you!
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Tools to suit your file conversion needs
You'll find all the conversion and compression tools you need, all in one place, at Zamzar. With over 1100 file-conversion types supported, whether you need to convert videos, audio, documents or images, you'll easily find what you need and soon have your files in the formats and sizing that work for you.
EPS Document Format EPS Converter
EPS is a common format for digital images, especially files that need to be sent to printers. It stands for Encapsulated PostScript and was developed by Adobe in the 1980s. EPS are vector graphic files, where the overall design is made up of points linked by connecting lines and curves. This makes it simple for high-resolution images to be enlarged without affecting the image quality, which is one of the reasons why printers often ask for files in EPS format. EPS graphics can also be incorporated into text-based documents, although this is no longer possible in Microsoft Word.
Nowadays, Adobe Illustrator typically uses its AI format, and CorelDRAW uses CDR. However, you can open EPS files with most graphics programs, and there is normally also an option to export a vector graphics file as an EPS even if it’s not the default format to save to. On a Mac, you can also view EPS files with Apple Preview.
TIFF Image Format TIFF Converter
A TIFF file, or "Tagged Image File Format" was originally developed by Aldus, who later merged with Adobe, in the 1980s. TIFF files can have either a .TIF or .TIFF file extension, but the underlying format is the same.
Originally developed with the aim of allowing users to save an image that could be opened on multiple platforms, the TIFF format supports both lossless and lossy compression. The format produces larger file sizes, which means the format is not well suited for image display on the Web, and tends to be used more for physical printing purposes.
Almost all programs can open TIFF files because TIFF files were so widely adopted back in the 1980s. Both the Photos app on Windows and Apple Preview on Mac OS are able to open TIFF files.
How to convert a EPS to a TIFF file?
- 1. Choose the EPS file that you want to convert.
- 2. Select TIFF as the the format you want to convert your EPS file to.