PCD to PTIF

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PCD to PTIF

Useful information about PCD

Extension: PCD
Name: Kodak Photo CD Image File
Mime Type: image/pcd
Converter: PCD Converter
Description: A file with the PCD file extension is a Kodak Photo CD Image file. These files are used to store high-resolution photos on CDs, as well as by Kodak scanning hardware. PCD files store compressed images and maintain five resolutions of the same photo in a single file, including 192x128, 384x256, 768x512, 1536x1024, and 3072x2048. - Source

Useful information about PTIF

Extension: PTIF
Name: Pyramid Encoded TIFF
Mime Type: image/tiff
Converter: PTIF Converter
Description: PTIF is a tag-based file format for storing and interchanging raster images. A TIFF file can hold multiple images in a single file. The term "Pyramid TIFF" is used to describe a TIFF file that wraps a sequence of bitmaps that each represent the same image at increasingly coarse spatial resolutions. The individual images may be compressed or tiled. Compression is used when storage space savings are significant; tiling may yield more efficient delivery when most use involves zooming into image sections rather than viewing the whole. The term Pyramid TIFF or pyramid-encoded TIFF has been applied to different approaches, each based on valid internal TIFF structures, that have been used to support dynamic delivery of the underlying image at different spatial resolutions. - Source