File Extension Library

.TVLAYER File Extension

  • Developer by: Boinx Software
  • Category: Video Files

What are .TVLAYER files and how to open them?

Can't open .TVLAYER 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 .TVLAYER file.

What is a .TVLAYER file extension?

.TVLAYER file extension is created by Boinx Software. .TVLAYER has been classified as Video Files.

.TVLAYER is mimoLive TV Layer

A TVLAYER file is a layer used by BoinxTV, an application that enables users to produce broadcasts such as lectures, sermons, newscasts, podcasts, and more. It stores layer information, such as transition duration, that configures how the graphics are displayed on the screen during a broadcast. TVLAYER files can be exported as .QTZ files.

mimoLive allows you to place layers over your video to create a more engaging and interactive presentation. The program comes with several pre-built layers, which include weather, 3D graphs, breaking news alerts, clocks, iOS device demos, overshoulder inserts, Twitter, Facebook, Twitch, and subtitles. Each layer is stored in the TVLAYER file. You can import new layers by selecting File → Import Layer Compositions....

mimoLive was formerly known as BoinxTV. The application is mainly used to stream live video to sites such as YouTube, Facebook, and It is also used to project video to an external screen via VGA, DVI, or HDMI. You can use video from your computer, webcams, connected video cameras, and mobile devices. The software also comes with useful production tools that include support for multiple camera angles, graphics, keying capabilities, and social media integration.

List of all softwares that can open the mimoLive TV Layer
Boinx Software mimoLive

How to fix problems with .TVLAYER files

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