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A very lightweight tool which you can use to effortlessly extract each image from a multi layered TIFF file and store them on your computer

editor's review




As a casual user, you rarely come across the TIFF file format and when you do, you either can’t open it or you have to edit it as it is capable of retaining a huge amount of information. To its advantage, the format can store multiple layers of vector and raster images which makes it an ideal format for photographers and graphics designers.

JoseTifSplit is a rather miscellaneous tool which you can use to disassemble a multi-layered TIFF file into separate JPEG images.

A no-nonsense tool

JoseTifSplit is exactly that kind of application which can be used by anyone. It displays a self explanatory user interface in the form of a simple window from where you can choose the source file, the destination folder for the extracted JPEGs and with just one click, the job is done.

To its advantage or disadvantage, depending on how you look at it, the application doesn't bother you with any kind of settings which you need to make before you convert the TIFF to JPEG files. This makes it a very handy tool for on the fly situations when you simply need to split the TIFF file.

Split or convert TIFF files

JoseTifSplit can be used to extract JPEG files but if you have a TIFF with a single layer, the app still works. Loading that kind of file enables the application to basically convert it to JPEG format. The image has the same size as the original and as far as quality is concerned, you can barely spot the difference.

With that in mind, JoseTifSplit can also be used as a basic TIFF to JPEG converter, of course, without any kind of batch function.


To wrap things up, if you’re looking to split a multi-layered TIFF file into several JPEG files in an effortless manner, then you can certainly try JoseTifSplit.

JoseTifSplit was reviewed by Alexandru Chirila
Last updated on July 8th, 2014
JoseTifSplit - JoseTifSplit enables you to load a multi layer .tif file from your computer and split it into .jpeg images.

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