.PAR File Extension
- Developer by: FMS
- Category: Game Files
- Format: Text
What are .PAR files and how to open them?
Can't open .PAR file? Are you wondering what it contains? On our site we will explain to you what this file is, what it is used for and what software opens the .PAR file.
What is a .PAR file extension?
.PAR file extension is created by FMS. .PAR has been classified as Game Files. The format of .PAR file is Text.
.PAR is FMS Aircraft Parameters File
A PAR file is an aircraft parameters file used by FMS (Flying-Model-Simulator), a flight simulation game for Windows. It saves the airplane geometry and physics properties such as mass, center of gravity, and inertia moments. PAR files are used for creating custom aircraft to fly in the game.
PAR files are one of several files that comprise the total aircraft data for the game. For example, there may be other 3D model files, texture bitmaps, and sounds.
List of all softwares that can open the FMS Aircraft Parameters File
File Type 2 Parchive Index File
Developer by: Parchive Category: Compressed Files
Index file containing a group of parity volumes in a Parchive (or "parity volume set") archive; can be used to recover a file archive when one of the files contained in the archive is lost.
List of all softwares that can open the Parchive Index File
File Type 3 Solid Edge Part File
Developer by: Siemens PLM Software Category: 3D Image Files Format: Binary
Part file created by Solid Edge, a program used to create 3D product designs; contains a part design, including geometry, appearance, and structural information; used to store part information in the product design process.
Solid Egde can simulate parts to study their performance before manufacturing them.
List of all softwares that can open the Solid Edge Part File
|Siemens Solid Edge
|Adobe Acrobat DC
File Type 4 Dedicated Micros DVR Recording
Developer by: Dedicated Micros Category: Video Files
Digital video format used by Dedicated Micros DVRs; used for both commercial and professional purposes; saved in a proprietary format that can be downloaded to a computer and viewed using NetVu software.