There are 8 other file types using
the X file extension!
.x - Alysis SuperDisk self-extracting archive
.x - Lex language source code
.x - Microsoft Direct-X SDK 3D graphics
.x - Chemical modeller output file
.x - XBLite program file
.x - Xview object file
.x - X11 server import image
.x - Human68k operating system executable file
X file extension - Stardent AVS X bitmap image file
What is x file? How to open x files?
File type specification:
x file icon:
The X file extension is related to a very old program called Application Visualisation Software (AVS) that was sold by Stardent in early 90s.
An *.x file is bitmap image crated in AVS.
The AVS image format is pretty straightforward. It consists of an 8 byte header followed by a,r,g,b per pixel, ordered top to bottom, left to right. (a == alpha, r == red, g = reen, b == blue) Each colour/alpha component is 1 unsigned byte. The header simply consists of the width and height of the image, each as 4 byte unsigned integers.
Note the format assumes a byte ordering as per SGI/Macintosh/Motorola processors, if reading an AVS image from a machine with the opposite byte ordering then the appropriate byte swapping is required.
List of software applications associated to the .x file extension
Recommended software programs are sorted by OS platform (Windows, Mac OS X etc.) and possible program actions
that can be done with the file: like open x file, edit x file, convert x file, view x file, play x file etc. (if exist software for corresponding action in File-Extensions.org's database).
Click on the tab below to simply browse between the application actions, to quickly get a list of recommended software, which is able to perform the specified software action, such as opening, editing or converting of the x files.
- View x file
- Convert x file
- Print x file