.MCR File Extension
- Developer by: Mojang Specifications
- Category: Game Files
- Format: Binary
What are .MCR files and how to open them?
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What is a .MCR file extension?
.MCR file extension is created by Mojang Specifications. .MCR has been classified as Game Files. The format of .MCR file is Binary.
.MCR is Minecraft Region File
Game file used by Minecraft, a sandbox block construction game; contains a 32x32 region of a Minecraft world; named as r.x.z.mcr, where "x" and "z" specify the region's coordinates; used for saving "chunks" of the world.
The "x" and "z" portions of the region filename can be derived by dividing the chunk coordinates by 32. For example, the (64, 0) region has the filename r.2.0.mcr.
NOTE: MCR files were introduced with the Beta 1.3 version of Minecraft and were later replaced by the "Anvil" format (.MCA files). Prior to the MCR format, .DAT files were used.
List of all softwares that can open the Minecraft Region File
File Type 2 Tecplot Macro
Developer by: Tecplot Category: Executable Files
Macro file used by Tecplot, a program used for scientific computation and visualization; saves instructions that automate the workflow of computing and visualizing data; enables repetitive tasks to be run automatically.
List of all softwares that can open the Tecplot Macro
File Type 3 3ds Max Macroscript File
Developer by: Autodesk Category: Executable Files
Script written for 3ds Max, a 3D modeling, animation, rendering, and effects program; can automate common actions processes within the program; similar to a MAXScript (.MS) file, but is generated by newer versions of 3ds Max.
List of all softwares that can open the 3ds Max Macroscript File
File Type 4 ePSXe Memory Card File
Developer by: The ePSXe Team Category: Game Files Format: Binary
File used by ePSXe or a another variant of PlayStation emulation software; contains saved game information for games played with the emulator; simulates the functionality of a PlayStation memory card; sometimes used for sharing ePSXe save games on the Internet.
List of all softwares that can open the ePSXe Memory Card File