.SPJ File Extension
- Developer by: NCH Software
- Category: Data Files
- Format: Binary
What are .SPJ files and how to open them?Can't open .SPJ 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 .SPJ file.
What is a .SPJ file extension?
.SPJ file extension is created by NCH Software. .SPJ has been classified as Data Files. The format of .SPJ file is Binary.
.SPJ is PhotoStage Slideshow Project
Project file created by PhotoStage slideshow software; combines pictures, video clips, music, and narration into a sequenced multimedia presentation; also can include effects, transitions,
PhotoStage is used for creating personal slideshows and sharing them with family and friends and on YouTube.
NOTE: SPJ files contain references to imported audio, video, and image files, but it does not store the files themselves. Therefore, to move a project to another computer or backup your project, you will need to copy the referenced files as well. If you select, you can copy all the referenced files to a single location for backup or transfer.
Microsoft ICE Panorama Project
Panorama image project created by Microsoft Image Composite Editor (ICE), an advanced panoramic image stitcher; saves a the result of stitching multiple photos or video frames together; often used for compositing large nature scenes.
ICE Panorama Projects can be exported to standard bitmap formats, or they can be saved to advanced multi-resolution formats used by panorama viewers. They may also be uploaded to Microsoft's PhotoSynth website for sharing with others.
NOTE: ICE is a free program that was developed by Microsoft Research.
SPSS Production Job File
Job file created by SPSS data mining and predictive analytics software; references one or more command syntax .SPS files that run the procedure; enables SPSS functions to be automated and may be run at scheduled times; can suppress interactive mode so no popups appear during execution.
You can create and run job files using the Production Job dialog, which can be opened by selecting.
NOTE: Production jobs created using SPSS 15 or earlier (.SPP files) cannot be run in SPSS 16 or later.