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File type: ClosetMaid Visual Storage Planner Design File, SPX Sprite File, VideoStudio Project File, Virtusales ASP Compiler Project

 

What is

VSP files are most commonly created, edited, read and opened by Visual Storage Planner which is a software which was developed by Computer Human Interaction, LLC and is a three-dimensional designing tool for planning and laminating storage solutions throughout the house. Video Studio is an application that is used for designing, editing and authoring videos. The projects created using the Video Studio application are saved as .VSP files standing aptly for Video Studio Project files.

 

Detailed information 

Category: Data File
File format: Proprietary
Open with Windows: Visual Storage Manage, Video Studio
Open with Linux:
VirtuaSales is a web authoring tool that is used for the creation and publishing of web sites and other web related contents through the internet to various sites.
The VirtuaSales creates projects that have the various files associated with that web application and are saved as VSP files.
These are essentially plain text ASCII based files that contain the details of the project such as the list of files in the project, the project configuration details, etc.

File type: DVD Video Object

 

What is

VOB files are DVD quality video file format that is of very high quality and is used for burning onto DVD's. These files are generally very bulky and are often a few gigabytes in size and so cannot be burned onto CDs.

These files have data stored within then which includes for both high quality video as well as high quality audio. These files also can optionally incorporated subtitles for the movie to be displayed along with the movie.

These video files are usually encoded using the MPEG-2 compression algorithm for streams and can be opened using several video playback software applications available for all the different operating system platform.

 

How to Open VOB Files

 

Category: Data File
File format: Proprietary
Open with Windows:
Open with Linux:

File type: Vitual CD File, FarStone Virtual Drive File, Value Change Dump File

 

What is a .VCD File

VCD files are disc image files of CD/DVDs and contain an exact copy of all the data on the physical disc. Along with the files and data on the disc these image files also contain the information such as the file system information and the boot record data of the disc.

These files can be created with the help of the Virtual CD software. These files are recognized by the Windows Operating System as actual discs. And can also read the data in spite of the fact that these are files that reside on the hard disk.

Also, allow for the usage of the CD/DVD drives on the computer without the need of the physical discs easily.

These files can be mounted over a virtual drive which is created by the Virtual CD software. And can be then browsed and run just like any other physical drive.

How to Open VCD Files

You can edit and convert it with the following programs.

Category: Data File
File format: Proprietary
Open with Windows:
  • Altera Quartus II,
  • EZB Systems UltraISO,
  • FarStone VirtualDrive,
  • Roxio Easy Media Creator,
  • H+H Software Virtual CD
Open with Linux:
  • GTKWave
VCD files are also used by the FarStone software application as copies of CDs or unprotected DVDs that have been saved over the file system or the hard disc as compressed image files or as virtual discs as explained above. These files can be executed instead of the original disc files whose copy they are and be mounted over any of the virtual drives on the system.
They are also dumped data that the logic simulation software application generates. And is generally in a standard ASCII text format.
These files contain special header data, value changes for specific variables as well as variable definitions.
The value changes are in the form of scalar of vector depending on the type of the variable.
Since these files are standard text files you can open or edit them using any standard text editor.
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