The eva file extension is related to the MSX video file format.

There is one other file type using
the EVA file extension!

eva file icon.eva - Viz Modeler 3D scene archive file

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EVA file extension - MSX video file

What is eva file? How to open eva files?

File type specification:

Digital video and movie file type icon Digital video and movie file type

The eva file extension is related to MSX, which was the name of a standardized home computer architecture in the 1980s. It was a Microsoft-led attempt to create unified standards among hardware makers, conceived by one-time Microsoft Japan executive Kazuhiko Nishi.

Despite Microsoft's involvement, MSX-based machines were seldom seen in the United States and Britain, but they were popular in other markets. Eventually 5 million MSX-based units were sold worldwide.

The eva file stores video data.

Help how to open EVA files:

Many common video formats can be played back with some universal media player like VLC player. However, some highly specialized and proprietary formats may only be supported in certain players that are usually provided by the original developer.

For general information try to look at:
Basic info how to open video and movie files

How to convert file with extension EVA:

Generally speaking, you will need a multimedia converter if you want to convert one video format to another. You can find hundreds of converters on the internet, but their quality may vary and many may not even support every video format. So always use some of the more popular and reliable software first.

For general information try to look at:
Basic info how to convert video and movie files

Related links:

MSX at Wikipedia

MSX Resource Center

AVI2EVA conversion

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