TIFF Split by Blank Pages

delete blank apges from tiffWhen you scan different papers and save them together into one multipage Tiff, you get a huge file with blank pages between documents. You can have this Tiff split by blank pages (each document saved in separate file). It will be much simpler to view and edit information in such a way. TiffPdfCleaner can do this within one click. There is no need in complex image editors, making a new file for each document manually, etc. Just check off the proper option and that’s all!


In multipage Tiff faxes you may also have the problem of blank pages. However even blank fax pages contain some info in headers and footers (corporate logo, contacts, etc.). That is why common programs will not detect them as blank. But TiffPdfCleaner is smart enough to recognize them. Here is how to split Tiff by blank pages efficiently:

• Open the program and find Tiff source file using navigation tab
• Check it in the file list
• Click on ‘Tiff’ icon
• In the first tab of settings wizard check option “Split by blank page”
• Specify folder for saving separated files and name template
• In ‘Workspace’ tab specify the page area for analysis
• Press Start!

split tiff by blank page

Additionally you can setup tolerance for detecting blank pages. To make sure that no important info is removed by deleting blank pages, you can set the program to save them in either PDF of Tiff format. You can experiment with tolerance and workspace with no risk of data loss.
To save memory space a compression should be applied. 10 compression types are available in this Tiff splitter. If you are not sure which is suitable, the program can automatically define the best way of compression for each file part.

It’s easy to divide huge Tiff files to parts and clean them from empty pages with TiffPdfCleaner. Try it for free.

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11 thoughts on “TIFF Split by Blank Pages”

  1. Why viewers still use to read news papers when in this technological world all
    is accessible on net?

  2. My partner and I stumbled over here coming from a different page and thought I should check things out.
    Do you provide a server version so that we could install it on our servers? What’s the price?

  3. I simply want to say that TIFF Splitter is a great program, but consider to make it less expensive (free?) to students.

  4. Thanks for sharing! What about splitting PDF files by blank pages? I ‘d appreciate this option, I do not work with TIFF files .

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  6. Hello there, just became aware of your blog through Google. I tried your tool and it worked all right with the first 6 folders of my files. But then it froze and never processed the rest 2 folders. Support people asked for my files, I already sent them. Waiting for a quick solution!

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