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Overview of TIFF file types supported in Revit.

A - answer Autodesk Revit supports inserting of images into projects in multiple image file formats - BMP, JPG, PNG, TIF. In case of the TIFF file format, it supports only some compression methods and file subtypes.

The table of TIFF types readable in Revit 2013 and Revit LT 2013:

FormatRevit support
Uncompressed TIFFYES, fully
Uncompressed multipage TIFFPartially: first page only
ZIP-compressed TIFFno (empty)
RLE-compressed TIFF (Huffman)YES, fully
Packbits-compressed TIFFYES, fully
LZW-compressed TIFFYES, fully
JPG-compressed TIFFYES, fully
CCITT3-compressed TIFF (1Dim, Group 3 Fax)YES, fully
CCITT3-compressed TIFF (2Dim, Group 3 Fax)YES, fully
CCITT4-compressed TIFF (Group 4 Fax)YES, fully
16-bit grayscale TIFFNo
48-bit color TIFFNo
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See also:
Tip 11790:How to get a hi-res image of an Inventor assembly (for a brochure, billboard...)?
Tip 9123:Maximum resolution for printing from AutoCAD to TIFF files.
Tip 6009:What type of TIFF files are saved from Inventor?
Tip 5733:TIFF file formats supported in Design Review 2008.
Tip 5535:An effective way to bind raster images inside DWG files.

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