I have made a four layer board using Altium Designer, while viewing the gerber files in the gerber viewer (Gerbv viewing software) for the power plane and the ground plane, I am unable to see the copper pour I am only able to see the slots for through-hole via and micro vias. After that I called Altium re-seller and he told me that it is the native format, if you are not seeing the copper it means there is copper in it. I have attached images below, but I am unable to get the why there are no copper pour in the power and ground plane, if I give it for PCB manufacturing will the copper pour be there in the Ground and Power plane.
Four layer board in Altium Designer, the power and ground layer is shown without copper pour
2\$\begingroup\$ Possible duplicate of Altium Power Plane Gerber inverted \$\endgroup\$– The PhotonJul 2, 2018 at 18:11
\$\begingroup\$ Looks normal to me \$\endgroup\$– Voltage Spike ♦Jul 2, 2018 at 19:40
The plane layers are usually drawn in negative (not native) format - what you see is "not-copper". The board shop does the necessary magic to ensure that there is copper everywhere on the plane layer, except where there is something shown on the Gerber artwork.