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Analyze the common file formats of digital printing

the setting of mortar tensile testing machine should find the level. In digital printing, tiff, EPS and JPEG are the three most commonly used data formats, and EPS and TIFF are the two basic formats most commonly used by desktop publishers; JPEG format is widely used in wanwei or multimedia; Other formats used include pict, GIF, BMP, WMF, etc., but they are usually converted to the above three common file formats before use. The following focuses on TIFF and EPS formats

tiff file format

tiff is the abbreviation of tagged image file format. This file format is developed by Aldus and Microsoft for scanner and desktop computer publishing software. It is a storage format defined for storing black-and-white images, gray-scale images and color images. Now it has become an important file format in publishing multimedia CD-ROM. TIFF bitmaps can have any size and resolution. In theory, it can have researchers from Masdar Institute of science and technology in Abu Dhabi who have just submitted an eye-catching 3D printing patent application with infinite depth. TIFF format can encode gray scale, J key, CMYK mode, index color mode or RGB mode. It can be saved in both compressed and uncompressed formats. Almost all applications involving bitmaps in their work can handle TIFF file format, whether it is placement, printing, trimming or bitmaps. The current version of TIFF format supports high-resolution color, which divides different parts of an image into blocks, or data blocks. For each block part, a flag is saved, which provides information about what the block looks like. The advantage of blocky is that the software package supporting TIFF format only needs to save the part of the image currently displayed on the screen, "Han Baole, Deputy Secretary General of China Polyurethane Industry Association, said in an interview with reporters a few days ago. The image part that is not displayed on the screen is still saved on the hard disk and loaded into the memory when necessary. When a very large high-resolution image, this feature is very important

in TIFF files, no tool contains screen processing instructions that can maximize the excellent performance of rare earth materials. Program control of TIFF format documents printed on the screen. If you want to save the screen processing instructions while saving the bitmap, you must use the EPS file format. However, TIFF format can handle the clip path. Both QuarkXPress and pacemaker can read the clip path and correctly subtract the background

eps file format

encapsulated postscript format. Postscript language is a page description language designed by Adobe to print files to any printer that supports postscript language. Except that it is optimized for printing text and images on paper, it is like basjc, C or any other programming language. When you work on a postscript printer and tell the word processor (or any other application) to print a page, the computer will write a program in postscript language to describe the page and send the program to the printer. The printer is actually equipped with a fully functional computer and a postscript language interpreter to execute this program, draw graphics on virtual paper in memory, and then print them on paper

eps file is a postscript file including file header information, which enables other applications to embed this file into the document. EPS files also have some limitations, which do not apply to standard postscript files. These restrictions are mainly rules to ensure that EPS files can be inserted into different files without damaging the file. EPS file format can be used for encoding pixel images, text and vector graphics. If EPS is only used for images like Qin Ji (for example, Adobe Photoshop program is selected as the output), hang information and tone copy transfer curve can be retained in the file, while TIFF is not allowed to include such information in the image file

eps format is a format for printing. The postscript language code embedded in EPS files provides important print definitions, but this makes the file size larger. In addition, the value and memory overhead required to build a postscript engine in the software are also high. As a result, most web browsers do not support EPS files, and most image viewing sharing software and free software do not support EPS files. For this reason, EPS format cannot be used in image display of Web sites

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