Mylio Photos can recognize and work with various formats, including raw files. When exporting your images to share, post online, or print, Mylio offers three standard formats: JPEG, PNG, and TIFF. We’ll review the attributes of these file types and discuss the best uses for these formats.


JPEG files are best for email and online sharing. However, caution should be used when editing and re-saving JPEG images as it can significantly degrade the image quality.


PNG files are well suited to web use. They maintain high quality with a relatively small file size and do not suffer the same image quality degradation from re-saving as JPEG files. However, PNG does not support embedded EXIF metadata.


TIFF files are best used for prints and high-quality archive images. A TIFF file can contain all rendered raw data from the original file, supports layers, and will not suffer quality loss with re-saving. TIFF files can be large and unsuitable for widespread sharing or web use.


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