EMF to TIFF Converter

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Image Options
Select DPI from 2-1000 to determine image sharpness by setting pixels per inch in raster conversions.
For lossless compression, use either LZW or ZIP (deflate) compression method. For smaller file sizes, use a lossy compression method like JPEG.
Valid input range is 0, 0.1, 0.2... up to 1
Choose a method if you want to resize the output image.
DPI (dots per inch) doesn't change the image. It is stored as metadata for printing purposes only. More on DPI



How to Convert EMF to TIFF?

  1. Click the “Choose Files” button to select your EMF files.
  2. Click the “Convert to TIFF” button to start the conversion.
  3. When the status change to “Done” click the “Download TIFF” button

Easy to Use

Simply upload your EMF files and click the convert button. You can also batch convert EMF to TIFF format.

Best Quality

We use both open source and custom software to make sure our conversions are of the highest quality. In most cases, you can fine-tune conversion parameters using “Advanced Settings” (optional, look for the icon).

Free & Secure

Our EMF to TIFF Converter is free and works on any web browser. We guarantee file security and privacy. Files are protected with 256-bit SSL encryption and automatically delete after a few hours.


Enhanced Windows Metafile (EMF) is a bitmap-based file format, which is the descendant of Windows Metafile Format (WMF). With an expanded color palette enabled by 32 bits per pixel and device independence, EMF is an improvement on WMF’s 16-bit file format. 

How to open an EMF file?

The default program for opening EMF is XnView MP, which works across platforms. On Microsoft Windows (Windows), a popular program for opening WMF is CorelDraw Graphics Suite. On macOS, try WMF Converter Pro. Adobe Illustrator is another great program for opening EMF, which is available on both Windows and macOS. 

Alternative viewers to try include PhotoFiltre Studio, Ability Photopaint, and Ultimate Paint on Windows.

Developed by: Microsoft

Initial Release: 1992

Tagged Image File Format (TIFF), also known as TIF, is one of the most common image file formats. The most prevalent use of TIFF files is in digital advertisements and desktop publishing. The bitmap and raster structure of TIFFs provide this file format with the flexibility to function as a container for JPEGs, image files with lossless compression, images with layers, or as pages.

How to open a TIFF file?

The most common programs to open TIFF files are Photo Viewer for Windows and Apple Preview for macOS. A free and independent program you can use is called XnView MP. You can also use our TIFF to JPG converter if you are having trouble opening tiff files.


Alternative programs such as ColorStrokes, GNU Image Manipulation Program (GIMP), Adobe Photoshop, and ACDSee are also useful for opening and handling TIFF files.


Developed by: Aldus Corporation, now Adobe Inc.

Initial Release: 1986

Useful links:

https://www.adobe.com/creativecloud/file-types/image/raster/tiff-file.html

https://www.file-extensions.org/tiff-file-extension

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