Total Image Converter features an option that allows you to combine multiple TIFF images into one big TIFF file. The program has a powerful engine, which ensures great operational speed and rules out any possibility of loss or corruption. The interface is simple and easy to follow.
Advanced users can operate it via command line, an option, which is included in the Help menu. This option enables you to combine TIFFs without launching the interface or closing whatever program you are operating at the moment.
How to Use Total Image Converter
Once you have launched the interface, you can simply read what you should do next. Click on the folder with TIFF files and view the list of TIFF files, which are located in it. Check out the ones, which you want to combine. You can hand-pick your TIFF files or use the Check all button for the program to cover the entire batch.
Select TIFF in the menu above and make your setting in the wizard dialog:
Set destination and activate the combine images into one document option.
To group your TIFF files, select your preferred file name analyze mode.