The TIFF-FX (TIFF for Fax eXtended) specification defines a family of TIFF profiles (subformats) intended for use with internet fax systems. Notably, it defines TIFF compression types 9 (T.85 JBIG) and 10 (T.43 JBIG), and photometric interpretation type 10 (T.42 ITU L*a*b*). An "extensions" document defines compression type 34715 (JBIG2).
TIFF-FX is apparently sometimes called TIFX. It was developed in part by Xerox, and may also be known by names similar to Xerox Internet Fax File Format.
- Profile S: Minimal Black-and-White Fax Profile
- Profile F: Extended Black-and-White Fax Profile. Also known as TIFF-F or TIFF Class F.
- Profile J: Lossless JBIG Black-and-White Fax Profile. Based on JBIG and T.85.
- Profile C: Base Color Fax Profile. Based on JPEG and T.42.
- Profile L: Lossless Color Profile. Based on JBIG and T.43.
- Profile M: Mixed Raster Content Profile. Based on T.44.
- Profile T: Lossy and Lossless JBIG2 (abandoned?)
- RFC 3949: TIFF-FX (2005)
- RFC 2301: TIFF-FX (1998, obsolete)
- RFC 3950: image/tiff-fx MIME Sub-type Registration (2005)
- RFC 3250: image/tiff-fx MIME Sub-type Registration (2002, obsolete)
- TIFF-FX Extension Set 1 (2001, draft)
- TIFF-FX Extensions 1 (2000, draft)
- ITU-T Rec. T.42: ITU L*a*b*
- ITU-T Rec. T.43: Colour and gray-scale FAX coding scheme
- ITU-T Rec. T.44: Mixed Raster Content
- ITU-T Rec. T.85: JBIG FAX application profile
- RFC 2306: TIFF - F Profile for Facsimile
- TIFF Class F specification (1990-04-29, First revision)
- Adobe, Xerox tiff slows Internet fax standard (2001 article)