.mix file extension
- 1. Power C Object file.
- 2. Command and Conquer combined picture and sound file.
- 3. PhotoDraw picture file.
PhotoDraw 2000 saved files as .mix files as its default graphics format.
- 4. Microsoft Picture IT! picture file. Proprietary image file format from
Microsoft (meaning that they never published the file format specification).
This format is no longer supported by Microsoft.
Microsoft Word 2002 (Office XP) or Word 2000 can display .MIX files, although you may have to install the "Microsoft picture it/Kodak FlashPix filter". It should then be possible to save it as another type of file or to copy it from word and paste it into something else.
For Word 97 the "Kodak FlashPix/Microsoft Picture It!" filter is hidden away in the "Valupack" folder on the Word installation cd (but only on the service release 1 cd), to install run <CD>:\ValuPack\FlashPix\FPXFLT32.exe.
Some versions of Coral Draw reportedly can open .MIX files.
Unfortunately Microsoft appears to have produced more than one version of .MIX file, so the above may work with some .MIX files but not others.
- 5. Music mix file produced using Dance eJay. Dance eJay can be used to export
.mix files as .wav files, allowing them to be played
by other applications.
Original information kindly contributed by Colin Brown.
For more information see:
- www.ejay.com - Website for Dance eJay.
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