File Extension Library

.PBJ File Extension

  • Developer by: Adobe Systems
  • Category: Developer Files
  • Format: Binary

What are .PBJ files and how to open them?

Can't open .PBJ 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 .PBJ file.

What is a .PBJ file extension?

.PBJ file extension is created by Adobe Systems. .PBJ has been classified as Developer Files. The format of .PBJ file is Binary.

.PBJ is Pixel Bender Bytecode File

Image filter file created by Pixel Bender Toolkit, an application used for creating custom image filters for Flash applications, Photoshop, and other Adobe products; contains byte code (executable binary code) that has been compiled from a .PBK file; used for performing image manipulations such as blurs, pixelations, fades, and twirls.

PBJ files can be used in Adobe Flash Player applications since Flash Player includes the Pixel Bender runtime. PBJ files can be dynamically loaded using ActionScript, the language that drives Flash applications.

List of all softwares that can open the Pixel Bender Bytecode File
Adobe Pixel Bender Toolkit
Adobe Flash Player
Adobe Pixel Bender Toolkit
Adobe Flash Player
File Type 2:

PowerBackup Job File

Developer by: CyberLink Category: Backup Files Format: Text

File created by PowerBackup, a CyberLink program used for scheduled backups; saves a backup job and includes the scheduled backup time, a list of source files and folders, the destination location for the backup archives (.PBF or .PBA files), and the method (full, differential, or backup).

PBJ files allow users to save the backup job settings to use later or transfer to another computer.

List of all softwares that can open the PowerBackup Job File
CyberLink PowerBackup 2.6

How to fix problems with .PBJ files

  1. You need to update the application that you normally use to open .PBJ files. Only the latest version of the software supports the current .PBJ file format
  2. You need to check the .PBJ file for viruses. To do this, you need to scan it with a popular antivirus (Norton, Nod32, Kaspersky, Dr.Web, etc.)