.DSX File Overview

File Extension: DSX
File Type Description: DAZ Studio XML File
File Type Developer: DAZ 3D
Primary Associated Software: DAZ Studio
Primary Software Developer: DAZ 3D

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What is File Extension DSX?

DAZ Studio XML File files were originally developed by DAZ 3D for the DAZ Studio software application. Our data shows that DSX files are frequently utilized by PC users in China and popular on the Windows 10 platform. A majority of people seeking info on DSX files are using the Google Chrome browser.


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Desktop Friendly?

Yes

Mobile Friendly?

Yes

Most Popular DSX File Countries

Top User Operating Systems

Windows 7 Windows 10 Windows 8.1 Windows XP

Associated Operating Systems

Windows
Mac

Other File Types Related to DSX Files

Extension File Type Developer File Category File Type Description
.U3D 3D Industry Forum 3D Image Files Universal 3D File
.NFF Autodesk, Inc. 3D Image Files Neutral File Format
.DSO Microsoft Corporation Text Files Microsoft Visual Studio Workspace Data
.DSE DAZ 3D 3D Image Files DAZ Studio Encrypted Script
.BRB DAZ 3D Data Files Bryce Object Export
.DSV Open Source Game Files DeSmuME Saved Game File
.OBJ Wavefront Technologies 3D Image Files Wavefront 3D Object File
.DSD Autodesk, Inc. Settings Files AutoCAD Drawing Set Description File
.DBM Adobe Systems Incorporated Web Files ColdFusion Server File
.BRI DAZ 3D Plugin Files Bryce Plug-in File


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