I have a DVD on which data from a surveillance camera installation are stored. The files in question turns on. BIX and. BOX. The file seems to be of Kodicom.
The question is, what you can play with these images are made visible.
Many thanks already times in advance
Antwort von B.DeKid:
Go here and look http://www.moritzschubel.de/endungen/b.html
Generally, we recommend Google search with the spelling *. xyz (ie in your case or *. *. bix box) to use it maybe File / File or enendung set usually brings a solution.
And to your files check times with the file extension *. avi or *. mpg to replace it will work sometimes obs klappt das? -)
More Sorry I can not help you there.
Antwort von howie:
@ B. DeKid
Thank you for the quick reply. It seems not to video files to act. The bix files appear as a kind of index file to the matching box files to be. However, all bix files the same size (2.560 Kb) and the box files are 65.536 KB. I hardly credible that there is significant video files can bring.
When googling, I am synonymous to games of Civilization or files URU pushed to use this type. That would have fit more.
Rename the file extension has unfortunately brought synonymous nix.
Perhaps someone still has ne idea.
Antwort von Markus:
It seems not to video files to act.
Index files can be opened with Notepad. If they are image files that could perhaps an image editing program to help you. Possibly. You could try synonymous, the extension of the image files to jpg, png or gif replace. Is only a vague attempt.
If it is a separate formats of Kodicom act, if necessary, you need to get a matching software.
Antwort von clipaward:
-If it is a separate formats of Kodicom act, if necessary, you need to get a matching software
So I see the synonymous. A request for Diginet could possibly indicate that otherwise it should be H264