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 Post subject: Macs and lunapics
PostPosted: Sun Dec 21, 2008 1:46 pm 
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Why do my jpg files or gif files become TIFF files when I save them to my Mac? I can't upload them as TIFF files. Is this site for only PCs?


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 Post subject: Re: Macs and lunapics
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I don't have a mac here to test.. but, it should work just fine.

Are you using the "download & save" link below the picture?

Some people click on the image, and try to save through the browser, and that's not the best way.

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 Post subject: Re: Macs and lunapics
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Open them up in Preview (an OS X App) and then go to File and Save As and select JPEG as the format.


Softwares:
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iWinSoft WMF Converter for Mac 2.4.2
link:
http://iwinsoft-wmf-converter-for-mac.iw...

A handy wmf browser and converter designed for Mac users specially. It allows you to convert WMF files to all major graphic formats including BMP, JPEG, PDF, JPG, GIF, TIFF, PSD, PICT, PNG and SGI. Support batch conversion, All conversion processes are very easy and fast with excellent quality.


Photoshop’s batch actions will do this. It’s been in all the latest versions.
Open image, go to the actions palette and click the make a new set, name it then click make a new action (both found at the bottom of the action palette)
then with your open tiff go to mode and change to 8 bit then go to file and down to save as, choose jpg and an outside folder, preferably on your desktop) now click the square button on your action palette to stop recording , you can use it for all your tiffs one by one.

Let me know if this helps

Lucy


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