.CSF File Extension
File Type 1GeoMedia Coordinate System File
What is a CSF file?
Coordinate system file used by GeoMedia, a GIS application used to analyze geographic information and produce maps; contains the coordinate system for an output data file that has no system in place; includes the base storage type, which is either Geographic, Projection, or Geocentric, of the coordinate system.
A CSF file is used to define the coordinate system of input data with no specified coordinate system. It is created when the input data is exported to an output data format, such as the MicroStation V7 format. When it is exported, the CSF file is generated in the same location as the output file(s).
NOTE: To create or edit a CSF file, use the "Define Coordinate System File" utility included with the GeoMedia software.
ExportDGN.csf - The CSF file bear this name if multiple output files are produced. If only one output file is produced, the CSF file will be named with the same name as the output file.
File Type 2Adobe Color Settings File
.CSF File Association 2
A CSF file is a color management settings file used by Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, and Illustrator. It contains policies for color images, such as web graphic color definitions, ColorSync colors, prepress colors for different countries, and other color settings. CSF files are used for achieving color consistency between images and prints.
NOTE: CSF files can be shared between Photoshop, InDesign, and Illustrator. They may also be managed using the Adobe Bridge application.
File Type 3Content Sealed Format
.CSF File Association 3
Secure 2D image format that is a replica of the source image file; can embed print and watermark banners, limit printing and copying, and may include an expiration date; may also be password-protected; used for safe file sharing.
File Type 4Cal3D Binary Skeleton File
.CSF File Association 4
3D skeleton file created using Cal3D open source character animation software; stores a list of bones in the form of a parent to child relationship; used by the animation component for creating head, torso, leg, arm, and hand movements.
Cal3D skeleton files can also be expressed in an XML form using .XSF files.