.GXF File Overview

File Extension: GXF
File Type Description: General eXchange Format File
File Type Developer: Grass Valley
Primary Associated Software: Zoom Player
Primary Software Developer: Inmatrix Media Solutions

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What is File Extension GXF?

Zoom Player is the primary software program that utilizes the General eXchange Format File file, originally developed by Inmatrix Media Solutions. Visitor data analysis shows that these General eXchange Format File files are typically seen on Windows 10 user machines from Japan. A majority of people seeking info on GXF files are using the Google Chrome browser.


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Top GXF File User Browsers

Desktop Friendly?

Yes

Mobile Friendly?

Yes

Most Popular GXF File Countries

Top User Operating Systems

Windows 10 Windows 11 Windows 6 Windows 8.1

Associated Operating Systems

Windows

Other File Types Related to GXF Files

Extension File Type Developer File Category File Type Description
.3G2 Open Source Video Files 3GPP2 Multimedia File
.ZAF Zoom Corporation Audio Files Zoom Audio Data
.TSP Inmatrix Media Solutions Video Files Digital TV DVR Recording
.OPUS Open Source Audio Files Opus Audio File
.ZPL Inmatrix Media Solutions Data Files Zoom Player Play List
.IDX Unknown Developer Uncommon Files Movie Subtitle File
.SSF Unknown Developer Video Files Structured Subtitle Format File
.WEBA Inmatrix Media Solutions Audio Files Zoom Player WebM Audio
.RTS Heaventools Software Developer Files Resource Tuner Console Script
.SCX RIX SoftWorks, Inc. Raster Image Files ColoRIX Bitmap Graphic File


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