Script created by DAZ Studio, a 3D character modeling application; contains instructions that automate tasks in the software, such as applying presets (pose, character, shader, materials, lights, cameras, etc.); similar to a .DS file, but saved in a binary format instead of human readable text; may incorporate encryption if created with DAZ Studio versions 1 and 2.
If you would like to save DAZ Studio presets to a DSB file, select File → Save As and choose one of the presets from the drop down list. You also have the option of saving to the DS and .DSE formats.
Backup file created by Dell DataSafe Local Backup, a backup and recovery application included with Inspiron, Studio, and XPS Dell computer purchases; may store system files (applications, drivers, etc.) and user files (photos, documents, etc.); may be one of several files that comprise the total backup.
DSB files are used for restoring system checkpoints or for recovering lost data. The user does not interact directly with DSB files, but instead uses the DataSafe Local Backup application interface to restore the data stored in DSB files.
Project file created by DVD Slideshow Builder, a program that allows users to create slideshows from digital photos and other images; saves references to the image and music files imported into the slideshow, as well as transitions, effects, and DVD menus.
When you are finished adding images and music, you can burn the video to a DVD or export the slideshow to several video formats for various desktop and mobile devices. Export formats include .MP4, .AVI, .WMV, .3GP, .TS, and .TRP formats.
Embroidery file format used by the Orchida Embroidery System (OES); used for creating embroideries and knitting designs; may be generated from clip art, photographs, scanned images, or user-created designs; also supports True Type fonts.
DSB files are supported by several different embroidery machines, including Brother, Barudan, Tajima, ZSK, Pfaff, and Happy machines.