PDF Studio is able export the pages of a PDF document as a TIFF image. When exporting a PDF as an image, by default all of the page content will be flattened and rasterized into a separate image for each page of the document. The TIFF image format does allow all pages to be exported into a single file which can be enabled in the export dialog in PDF Studio.
The options in the Export Pages as TIFF dialog are as follows:
Destination Folder – You can type the destination manually or click on the "..." button to open a directory chooser to set the destination folder
Note: If the document has many pages it is best to select specific or empty folder because a separate image file will be created for every single page. If you select a folder that already contains images or other files the folder may become overwhelming
Remember Folder - When checked the selected folder will be remembered for the next time pages are exported as images
File Name Pattern – Enter the desired pattern for the output file names.
Note: Current page number and file extension ".tiff" will be appended to the pattern to create the final file name.
Pages - The range of pages to be exported as images
DPI Resolution – Choose the desired resolution in DPI used to render the page. 72 is the PDF native resolution. When selecting a DPI it's best to follow the below guidelines
Color documents (and color compression)
Compression – Choose the compression to use when exporting pages. The most standard one is Group 4 Fax, which is optimized for faxing.
Export all pages as a Single TIFF - The TIFF image format allows multiple images to be stored within a single document. When the image is opened in a supported viewer the image viewer will display page navigation tools just like in the document. This makes it easier to send a large number of pages as a single file instead of multiple files.