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Old 11-17-03, 05:10 AM
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I have a bunch of digital pictures that I've saved into a file. There are a few that have the extension .psf. What exactly does this mean? I can't seem to be able to open them either.
 
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Old 11-17-03, 05:45 AM
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Jack,

If you search for "file extensions" on the Internet you will see a large list of sites that will help you determine what file extensions go with what programs. On the first site I looked at, www.filext.com, I looked up psf, and found 7 listings. The one that makes the most sense, based on your reported activity, is "PhotoStudio Graphic". There is a link there pointing to www.xnview.com, where you can download a free viewer for these sort of files.

You might also want to check the users manual for your camera, as you may inadvertently have it set in a way that is not convenient for your picture vieweing.

If this is not correct for these files, then I recomment that you search further, either on the site I mentioned, or on other similar sites.
 

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Old 11-17-03, 05:49 AM
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I believe that is Palette Storage Format for Photostudio.
 
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