What is ASV file?
Adobe Photoshop Selective Color File is a file format created in 1990 by Adobe Systems. It was designed to work with color separation plates that had been converted into digital data. Adobe PSD files are made up of the following:nMetadata - information about the image, such as the date, camera serial number, and location where the picture was taken.nRaw Data - a set of 256 channels for each of red, green, blue, and alpha (transparency).nAbsolute Data - sets of 256 channels for each of red, green, blue, and alpha (transparency), which are used primarily for print output.nTIFF - an uncompressed 8-bit TIFF file with a 16-bit channel depth containing all channel information from the raw data and metadata files. nJPEG - an 8-bit JPEG file with a 16-bit channel depth containing all channel information from the raw data and metadata files. nThe file contains three folders: Workflow, Images, and Indexing Information. The Workflow folder can be used to maintain different versions of your PSD file while saving time in processing or editing tasks. The individual images are stored in this folder so they can be easily removed despite being part of
ASV Format details
|Adobe Photoshop Selective Color Format
Software, that convert ASV files
The easiest way to convert a ASV file is to save it in a different file format using dedicated software. Below you will find a list of software programs that can handle ASV files. Open your ASV file with one of them and save in another file format.
- Adobe Photoshop