.SRF File Extension
File Type 1Sony RAW Image
|Category||Camera Raw Files|
Raw image format saved by Sony digital cameras such as the DSC-F828; stores image data in an uncompressed format exactly as it was captured by the camera's sensor; settings such as color temperature and exposure can be edited after the image is saved on a computer.
File Type 2Server Response File
File format categories include Binary, Text, XML, and Zip. The format of this file type has not been determined.
File used by Visual Studio .NET applications and processed by the ATL Server engine; may contain both static HTML and script tags that produce dynamically generated content when the page is loaded.
The file "login.srf" is commonly used by secure websites. It processes the user's username and password, sends a cookie identifying the user back to the browser, and redirects the user to the secure page.
An SRF page may also be called a "stencil" since it may contain tags that can be processed by CHtmlStencil.
File Type 3LightWave Surface File
|Category||3D Image Files|
3D appearance file created by LightWave 3D, a modeling and rendering application; stores the options selected in the Surface Editor window, which is used to specify the surface appearance of a 3D object; used for saving and reusing presets.
Surface files save information such as color, shading, luminosity, specularity, glossiness, and transparency.
File Type 4Surfer Project File
Project file created by Surfer, a contouring, gridding, and 3D surface mapping program; stores the data used to generate a visualization as well as the visualization itself; used by scientists and engineers to create visuals for analysis, publication, and presentation.
NOTE: SRF files are forward compatible among versions, but not backward compatible.
File Type 5Steinberg Resource File
|Developer||Steinberg Media Technologies|
Skin file used by Steinberg Cubase, a multi-track recording application; stores an archive of bitmap images as well as the locations of the bitmaps on the Cubase user interface; used for changing the appearance of both the application and associated plug-ins.
For Windows installations, SRF files are typically stored in the skins directory within the Cubase application installation directory. For Mac OS X, they are commonly found in the Contents/Resources directory of the application bundle. SRF files are saved in a proprietary format and often have the name skin.srf.