MultiMedia Fusion Array File
4.0 | 11 Votes
What is an ARR file?
File created by MultiMedia Fusion, a program used for building video games; saves an array of text or numbers that can be used as values in the game; often saved with a .MFA development application file.
Programs that open or reference ARR files
Amber Graphic File
3.7 | 10 Votes
Raster image used by microscopes; supports gray-scale images with up to 256 different shades; can be opened with Lemkesoft GraphicConverter and then exported to more common raster graphic formats.
Programs that open ARR files
Advanced RAR Password Recovery Auto-Save
3.5 | 8 Votes
An ARR file may also be an auto-save file created by Elcomsoft Advanced RAR Password Recovery (ARPR). It contains a record of an in-process .RAR password recovery attempt. ARPR users can load an ARR file to resume the recovery process it describes.
ARPR allows users to recover the passwords of password-protected RAR files. For example, if you download a password-protected RAR file from the internet, but you do not know the file's password, you can use ARPR to retrieve the file's password from within the file itself.
By default, ARPR automatically saves each password recovery project's progress to an ARR file every five minutes. ARPR stores these auto-save files in its installation directory. If a user is forced to cancel an in-progress password recovery process, they can load that process's ARR file to resume it from its last saved state.
Advanced users can change ARPR's auto-save settings, using the options found on the program's Auto-save tab. This allows users to customize their ARR files' filenames, specify how often ARPR creates and overwrites ARR files, and change where ARPR saves ARR files.
NOTE: Elcomsoft has replaced Advanced RAR Password Recovery with Advanced Archive Password Recovery, which uses .AXR files in place of ARR files.
How to open an ARR file
You can open an ARR file with Elcomsoft Advanced RAR Password Recovery (Windows), to resume the recovery process the file describes. To do so:
- Click ARPR's Open button.
- Navigate to and open your ARR file.
- Click Start.