Hi, you'll notice from the language you use to describe your use case,
that you use the word "convert" to describe what you're doing to the
original TIFF images. Once you're done producing a derivative from those
TIFFs, the only way back to the "original" TIFFs is to go back to the
actual originals. The TIFF images are not stored in the PDF. Only way to
go back to the originals is to preserve them.
HARDY POTTINGER <[log in to unmask]>
University of Missouri Library Systems
"Do you love it? Do you hate it? There it is, the way you made it."
On 4/26/13 3:08 PM, "Edward M. Corrado" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>I have a need to batch convert many TIFF images to PDF. I'd then like to
>able to discard the TIFF images, but I can only do that if I can create
>original TIFF again from the PDF. Is this possible? If so, using what
>tiff2pdf seems like a possible solution, but I can't find a corresponding
>"pdf2tif" program that reverses the process.