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TIFF file formats supported in Design Review 2008.

A - answer The Autodesk Design Review 2008 viewer supports not only the DWF files (plus DWG, DGN, JT through plugins), but also several raster formats. You can view images in the CALS, JPG, PCX, GIF, BMP, IG4, PCT, PNG, RLC, TGA and TIFF formats.

As there are many variants of the TIF format, here is the table of tested and supported TIFF sub-formats:

FormatADR2008 support
Uncompressed TIFFYES
Multipage TIFFYES
ZIP-compressed TIFFYES
RLE-compressed TIFF (Huffman)YES
Packbits-compressed TIFFYES
LZW-compressed TIFFYES
JPG-compressed TIFFYES
CCITT3-compressed TIFF (1Dim, Group 3 Fax)YES
CCITT3-compressed TIFF (2Dim, Group 3 Fax)YES
CCITT4-compressed TIFF (Group 4 Fax)YES

Multi-page TIFF files display as multiple sheets (one sheet per page)

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See also:
Tip 13234:How to place a GeoTIFF image automatically into the correct position?
Tip 11790:How to get a hi-res image of an Inventor assembly (for a brochure, billboard...)?
Tip 10279:Which formats can be exported from configured models in Configurator 360?
Tip 9998:Automatically rotate drawings plotted from Revit or other software.
Tip 9549:Rendering of 3D models without background in Autodesk Showcase.

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