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09-05-2006, 05:54 PM
can anyone tell me if a tube and a psp image is the same thing? I have downloaded many them both and about to start using my psp9. thankyou so much
09-06-2006, 10:21 AM
The file extension .pspImage is the native format for PSP (v.8 and up) which can be a single layer or hundreds of layers, tiny (a dingle brad) or large (a whole LO).
It's possible to use a single-layer .pspImage as a tube if you export it (on the File menu) (be sure to read the originating author's TOU!) to end up with a .pspTube.
(v.7's extension is just .tub and most work just fine in v.8 and up)
09-06-2006, 11:51 AM
thankyou, is a pspfile the same as psp image, like i said i have many of all these that i have downloaded, thanks
09-28-2006, 04:04 PM
Hi, no a .pspimage can mean anything, a image with multiple layer still intact raster and vector layers also.
I have never heard of a .pspfile??? do you mean a file with the extension .psp? If that is the case then yes older versions of PSP have the file extention of just .psp and not .pspimage.
A tube or a picture tube for PSP would be an image with a transparent background and usually many images of the same nature orgainized on a single image with cells so that the picture tube can rotate, place different images all while using just the picture tube tool.
You can however say a single image with a transparent background as a .psptube or a .tub file extension, the .tub files where from older versions of PSP. Nowdays it would be basically the same thing as a .png file that we create for making an image with a transparent background such as a button or ribbon for digitial scrapbooking... hth's
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