.POD File Extension
File Type 1Terminal Reality Game Data File
This file is saved in a binary format, which requires a specific program to read its contents.
Container format used by Terminal Reality games; may store various types of game data, such as 3D models, textures, sounds, maps, and the user interface.
Games that use POD files include Nocturne, Monster Truck Madness, 4x4 Evolution, Fury, Fly!, Bloodrayne, and others. POD files may be saved in the POD1, POD2, POD3, or POD5 formats, but they all use the ".pod" extension. They contents of a POD file may be extracted using Dragon UnPACKer.
File Type 2OpenProj Project File
File format categories include Binary, Text, XML, and Zip. The format of this file type has not been determined.
Project file created with OpenProj, an open-source project management program; include project scheduling information, such as phases and deadlines; also includes personnel involved in the project; data saved in a POD file can be viewed visually using OpenProj software.
OpenProj is designed as an alternative to Microsoft Project and is available for Windows, Macintosh, and Unix platforms.
File Type 3Perl POD File
Text file used for documenting source code written in the Perl programming language; uses basic syntax that can be easily parsed and read in source code format; POD stands for "Plain Old Documentation."
POD documentation can be saved as a POD file but can also be written within Perl source code. POD files are used for documenting publicly released Perl modules and for the Perl help manual, also called the Perl manpages.