TIFF Toolkit is a useful application tool which can be used to merge multiple TIFF image pages to one single TIFF image file, compress the TIFF image files to reduced sizes with anyone of the compression methods the application supports or split the multipage single TIFF image file to separated pages.
Please see the interface of TIFF Toolkit in Figure1. There are some function buttons in the corner of left top, with which you can flip over the multipage TIFF image file, zoom in or out the image files when previewing them in the image preview area in the middle. You can also see single page thumbnails of multipage TIFF image in the side bar on the left. On the right, there is a file list used to list all the waiting TIFF image files.
There are several buttons at the bottom of the interface. For the purpose of adding files to the file list, you can click the button "Add File(s)". The buttons "Remove" or "Remove All" are used to delete one or all image files from the file list. By clicking on "Options" button, you can see a dialog box named "Setting" in which you can name a new folder for new created TIFF image files in "Name" edit box and choose one option in "Compression Method" combo box when you want to compress the files into smaller size. If you need to combine many image files into one file, please click "Merge All". The button "Split All" is for splitting multipage TIFF files into several separated pages. If you are using the trail version of TIFF Toolkit, you will see a "Register" button. Please click it and paste your registration code in popup dialog box, or you are only able to make operations to three images.
If you want to merge multiple TIFF image pages to one single TIFF image file, please add all the TIFF files into the application by clicking on “Add File (s)” button or dragging them into the list. You can also right click the mouse in the file list and choose “Add Files” option. To preview the image files, you can click on each one and see the thumbnail in image preview area on the left. Then please click “Merge All” button. You will see a dialog box titled “Save As” pop up, in which please specify the directory for the target file in “Save in” combo box, name the target file in “File name” combo box and click “Save” to run the application. A green progress bar will appear at the bottom of TIFF Toolkit interface and it will be empty again when the process is over. Please see Figure2.
Several seconds later, you can browse the newly merged TIFF image file in new folder. There are four original TIFF images, it should be four pages in new merged TIFF image. Please see it in Figure3.