.PSP File Extension
- Developer by: Corel
- Category: Raster Image Files
- Format: Binary
What are .PSP files and how to open them?Can't open .PSP file? Are you wondering what it contains? On our site we will explain to you what this file is, what it is used for and what software opens the .PSP file.
What is a .PSP file extension?
.PSP file extension is created by Corel. .PSP has been classified as Raster Image Files. The format of .PSP file is Binary.
.PSP is PaintShop Pro Image File
Color bitmap image saved in the native PaintShop Pro format; may include layers, guides, vector paths, metadata, and other objects within the image file.
PaintShop Pro, often referred to as "PSP," is a similar program to Adobe Photoshop (which uses the .PSD format). It includes many features that Photoshop does, but is offered at a lower price point. Therefore, it is often compared to Adobe Photoshop Elements.
PaintShop Pro was developed by Jasc Software for many years until it was acquired by Corel in 2004. There is no Macintosh version of PaintShop Pro.
File Type 2 PL/SQL Server Page
Web page that contains code written in the Procedural Language/Structured Query Language (PL/SQL); includes SQL database commands that use Oracle's proprietary PL/SQL syntax; used for dynamically accessing database information when generating Web page content.
PSP pages can be viewed in a Web browser. However the user will only see the content generated by the server, not the actual PL/SQL code.
File Type 3 Photoshop Preferences File
Application preferences file created by Adobe Photoshop, a professional graphics editing application; saves settings for the actions panel, editing and painting tools, and othr general settings; used for saving user preferences.
For Mac OS X, Photoshop settings are stored here:
[user]/Library/Preferences/Adobe Photoshop CS6 Settings/
In Windows, Photoshop settings are stored here:
[user]\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop CS6\Adobe Photoshop CS6 Settings\