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Does Elements support exporting a frame as a TIFF for further postprocessing?

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Elements does not export tiff's.

Png is the best you can get.

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Does Elements support exporting a frame as a TIFF for further postprocessing?

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Elements does not export tiff's.

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You can do a frame grab, but it will only be at the resolution of your video.

What is your source media, and what are you using the tiff for?

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Thanks for the reply:  I take stills but I was curious about capturing 3840 x 2160 frames for further editing in LR. One reference suggested TIFFs to export more data.  John

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Elements does not export tiff's.

Png is the best you can get.

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Thank you, John

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Who is John?

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Is that not your middle name 😉

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I don't have a middle name. funnygrin-1.gif

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