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What is File Extension PIX?


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Windows cannot open PIX files?
When Windows cannot determine which application to use to open this file format type, the cause could be:

  1. You do not have the appropriate program installed.
  2. You may have a registry related error.

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File Format Type: PIX

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Common File Extension Variations: pix, PIX

Author: Alias Systems Corporation

Files with the PIX extension identify a bitmap image file used in various applications. The PIX files store bitmap image data that is used to represent graphics and images on computer monitors or printed media. PIX files can be opened and edited with compatible image editing software tools.The PIX format is utilized by various CAD applications where it supports the creation of various 2D and 3D images. PIX files store various data that is used to represent color in the various images.



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