.TPS File Extension
- Developer by: TiePie engineering
- Category: Data Files
What are .TPS files and how to open them?
Can't open .TPS 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 .TPS file.
What is a .TPS file extension?
.TPS file extension is created by TiePie engineering. .TPS has been classified as Data Files.
.TPS is Multi Channel Measurement File
Format used to store data recorded with TiePie Multi Channel software; saves data logged by the program as well as instrument settings for the measurement tools; each measurement is stored in a separate file.
List of all softwares that can open the Multi Channel Measurement File
|TiePie Multi Channel software|
File Type 2:
Clarion TopSpeed Data File
Developer by: Clarion Category: Database Files
Database format used by Clarion TopScan or TopSpeed; saves data as a flat file, which records one entry per line, with fields separated by spaces or commas; Clarion is often used to create custom database applications.
TPS files can be read by Clarion software and by programs that support SoftVelocity's TopSpeed ODBC driver.
List of all softwares that can open the Clarion TopSpeed Data File
File Type 3:
TexturePacker Sprite Sheet File
Developer by: Code'n'Web Category: Raster Image Files
File created by TexturePacker, a program used for creating sprite sheets and for optimizing images; stores a sprite sheet, which is a canvas arrayed tightly with bitmap images; enables multiple images to be compacted within the same file.
TPS files may store different poses for animating a sprite-based character or other object. They are often used for storing textures and other graphics for games.
List of all softwares that can open the TexturePacker Sprite Sheet File
File Type 4:
Bryce Tree Shape File
Developer by: DAZ Productions Category: 3D Image Files Format: Binary
3D shape file used by Bryce, a 3D landscape modeling program; contains the shape of a specific type of tree, such as a birch, maple, coconut, or ash tree; commonly used for generating forestry or other background scenery.
List of all softwares that can open the Bryce Tree Shape File