File Type: Adobe Photoshop Image.18

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Jan 13, 2017 Jan 13, 2017

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I have Adobe CC.  Recently I've been creating videos (or using that feature in the Motion Workspace).  The files I've rendered are showing up as file type "Adobe Photoshop Image.18". 

Please tell me how / where  I may find information about this file format.  What is is, when was it introduced, etc? 

Thank you.

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Jan 13, 2017 Jan 13, 2017

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Are you using Windows or Mac?

How to Open 18 Files - File Extension 18

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Jan 14, 2017 Jan 14, 2017

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I have Windows 10 Pro

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Jan 13, 2017 Jan 13, 2017

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This is a typo. Do you have other Motion files that are saved in Motion's normal format (MOT.N)? Motion doesn't have an Adobe Image.18  file type.

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Jan 14, 2017 Jan 14, 2017

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What do you mean "This is a typo".  I didn't type anything

Every file I save  when preparing files for animation in the Motion workspace   - even though I am in Photoshop -  the file has the following under the File Type column:  Adobe Photoshop Image.18

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Jan 14, 2017 Jan 14, 2017

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post a screen shot from within Photoshop of your File > Save As pull down menu with this file type.

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Mar 15, 2018 Mar 15, 2018

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Hello,

My photoshop files also save as "Photoshop image.18" at work. Can anyone tell me what that extension is? Does it have something to do with updates? I hope you can enlighten me!

(EDIT: I checked at home and my .psd files are "Adobe Photoshop image.19" files)

Here are a few screenshots (My work computer is in French, sorry for the inconvenient.)

So, the first screenshot below is when I save a new document. As you can see, I selected "Photoshop" file in the droplist, but as the second screenshot shows, the new document saved as "Photoshop Image.18"

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Screenshot 4.jpg

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May 04, 2018 May 04, 2018

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.17, .18 & .19 are extensions from IBM. (IBM Voice Type Languages Scripts Data) I think there is a virus on your computer. Maybe you have virus or ransomware. I found this online that talks about Blank Ransomware. It says it can change extensions so this may be what you have on your system or something like this. Clean your system. This has to be a system issue.

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