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'''Canvas X''' is a desktop publishing application.
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:''For other "Canvas" formats, see [[Canvas (Atari)]], [[Spaceward Graphics]].''
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'''Canvas X''' is a desktop publishing application. Originally developed by Deneba Systems Inc., then acquired by ACD Systems in 2003.
  
 
== Identifiers ==
 
== Identifiers ==
Many file extensions have been reported: .cvs, .cv5, .cvd, .cvx, .cnv, .cvi.
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Canvas uses the following extensions. File can be compressed changing their structure.
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* CVS (Canvas 3.5)
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* CV5 (Canvas 5) [https://archive.org/download/Deneba-Canvas-502/CANVAS_502_UPDATE.ISO/MANUALS%2FTOUR%2FEXAMPLE1.CV5 Sample CV5 file]
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* CNV (Canvas 6-8)
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* CVX (Canvas 9, Canvas X)
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* CVD (Canvas Draw)
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* CVI (Canvas X Image File)
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* TPL (Canvas Template)
  
 
== Identification ==
 
== Identification ==
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* Canvas CVS files can have "{{magic|00 00 00 76 00 00 00 36 00 00 00 2E 00 00 00 1E}}" starting at byte 16
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* Canvas CV5 files can have "{{magic|CANVAS5}}" at offset 25.
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* Canvas CNV files can have "{{magic|CANVAS6}}" at offset 25.
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* Many Canvas CV5 & CNV files end in "{{magic|CNV5}}"
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CVS files can have TYPE "{{magic|drw2}}" CREATOR "{{magic|DAD2}}" in Mac OS Classic.
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==Screenshots==
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[[Image:Canvas2.1.1-About.png]]
  
 
== Software ==
 
== Software ==
 
* [https://www.canvasgfx.com Canvas X]
 
* [https://www.canvasgfx.com Canvas X]
 
  
 
== Links ==
 
== Links ==
* [[Wikipedia: Canvas_X]]
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* [[Wikipedia: Canvas X]]
 
* [https://www.canvasgfx.com/about/canvas-gfx/ Canvas History]
 
* [https://www.canvasgfx.com/about/canvas-gfx/ Canvas History]
 
* [https://www.canvasgfx.com/en/support/product-support/supported-file-formats/ Canvas Supported Formats]
 
* [https://www.canvasgfx.com/en/support/product-support/supported-file-formats/ Canvas Supported Formats]
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* [https://www.cnet.com/news/the-rise-and-fall-of-canvas-for-mac/ The Rise and Fall of Canvas for Mac]
  
 
[[Category:File formats with too many extensions]]
 
[[Category:File formats with too many extensions]]

Latest revision as of 17:15, 26 July 2019

File Format
Name Canvas
Ontology
Extension(s) .cvs, .cv5, .cnv, .cvd, .cvx, others
Released 1987
For other "Canvas" formats, see Canvas (Atari), Spaceward Graphics.

Canvas X is a desktop publishing application. Originally developed by Deneba Systems Inc., then acquired by ACD Systems in 2003.

Contents

[edit] Identifiers

Canvas uses the following extensions. File can be compressed changing their structure.

  • CVS (Canvas 3.5)
  • CV5 (Canvas 5) Sample CV5 file
  • CNV (Canvas 6-8)
  • CVX (Canvas 9, Canvas X)
  • CVD (Canvas Draw)
  • CVI (Canvas X Image File)
  • TPL (Canvas Template)

[edit] Identification

  • Canvas CVS files can have "00 00 00 76 00 00 00 36 00 00 00 2E 00 00 00 1E" starting at byte 16
  • Canvas CV5 files can have "CANVAS5" at offset 25.
  • Canvas CNV files can have "CANVAS6" at offset 25.
  • Many Canvas CV5 & CNV files end in "CNV5"

CVS files can have TYPE "drw2" CREATOR "DAD2" in Mac OS Classic.

[edit] Screenshots

Canvas2.1.1-About.png

[edit] Software

[edit] Links

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