.AXX File Extension

AxCrypt Encrypted File

Developer Axantum Software
4.0  |  98 Votes

What is an AXX file?

File created by AxCrypt, a free personal privacy and security utility for Windows; contains a password-protected file encrypted with AES encryption; also incorporates file compression; requires the password and optionally a key file to open.

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You can use AXX files to send files securely over email or to safely archive files so they can only be opened with the correct password.

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Pinnacle Studio Project Package

Developer Corel
3.5  |  2 Votes

An AXX file may also be a project package created by Corel Pinnacle Studio, a video-editing program for Windows. It contains a video project, which includes settings and video timeline information, along with media imported into the project (unlike .AXP project files that store references to the media). Pinnacle Studio users save projects as AXX files to share or back them up.

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Pinnacle Studio is a consumer-level video editor people often use to create home movies and slideshows. While users typically save projects in the default AXP format, they may save them as AXX files to transfer or back them up since it stores them all in one file. To save a project as an AXX package, select File → Save Movie As Package.

How to open an AXX file

You can open an AXX file with Corel Pinnacle Studio (Windows). To open an AXX project package, select File → Open.

How to convert an AXX file

Corel Pinnacle Studio can convert AXX files to various file types, including the following formats:

  • .AXP - Pinnacle Studio Movie Project
  • .MP4 - MPEG-4 Video
  • .MOV - Apple QuickTime Movie
  • .AVI - Audio Video Interleave File
  • .JPG - JPEG Image
  • .PNG - Portable Network Graphic

Programs that open AXX files


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