@FuckingNerd you could try Asset.get_image_data which could be quickerAsset.get_image_data(original=False) Fetch the asset’s image data, and return it as a io.BytesIO object. You can use io.BytesIO.getvalue() to get the image data as a byte string. By default, the most recent version of the image is returned; pass original=True to get the image without any adjustments/edits. If you only need the image for saving it as a file, this is more efficient than Asset.get_image(). The returned io.BytesIO has an additional uti attribute that can be used to determine the file type of the image data.