How To Create Multi-Page TIFF Files

Multipage Tiff

TIFF (Tagged Image File Format) is an extension often used for saving good quality images, as its ability to offer “lossless” compression ensures a detailed and accurate look. TIFF is also a popular option for users who want to save multiple images into a single file.

Creating multi-page TIFF is now easier than ever with reaConverter’s latest edition, requiring only a few clicks.

How to create multipage TIFF?

To begin, install reaConverter from and then follow the 3 simple steps. Lite edition is free and can handle multi-page TIF creation.

Load images into reaConverter

Load all the images you intend to include in the multi-page TIFF file. They can have the .tif extension as well, or any of the other 546 formats supported by reaConverter.

For example, you can have one PNG and 2 JPG files here.

Set up multi-page settings

Click the Menu button and go to Saving settings → Additional saving settings and then to the Multipage tab.

Here tick the following option: Save all processed files to one file.

Save the result

Next, pick TIF as the extension for the output file, from the buttons conveniently placed in the lower part of the window. Then go to Saving settings and choose a location for your new multi-page TIFF. You can save it offline, in a local folder of your choice, or online, using Dropbox,, OneDrive or Google Drive.

Finally, simply press the Start button and your new multi-page TIFF file will be done in a few seconds!

Video Tutorial

Advanced users can create multi-page TIF documents using command line interface or DLL in manual, automated or scheduled mode. You are welcome to contact our technical support when you have any questions about reaConverter.