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.BCS File Extension

File Type 1Batch Compiler Specification File

DeveloperNem's Tools
3.5 (10 Votes)
CategorySettings Files

What is a BCS file?

Configuration file used by Batch Compiler, a program used for compiling custom maps for games such as Half-Life and Quake; saves parameters that fill the Batch Compiler interface with the fields and parameters that can be specified for building a map.

More Information

Several BCS files are included with Batch Compiler in the Specifications directory of the software installation. These specifications can be loaded in Batch Compiler through the "Specifications" application menu.

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Programs that open BCS files
Updated 7/17/2012

File Type 2Sonic Foundry Batch Converter Script

3.7 (3 Votes)
CategoryAudio Files

.BCS File Association 2

File used by Sonic Foundry Batch Converter, a program used for making audio edits to multiple files in batch mode; saves settings for converting audio from one format to another; sometimes included in Valve .VPK packages so that users of game mods can re-run the audio conversions when making their own custom mods.

More Information

NOTE: Batch Converter has been discontinued. It was included with some older versions of MAGIX's Sound Forge software.

Programs that open BCS files
Updated 9/9/2016

File Type 3Boland Calibration Settings File

1.0 (2 Votes)
CategorySettings Files

.BCS File Association 3

Settings file used for Boland premium LCD monitors; contains calibration settings that set up the viewing parameters for a display; can be opened with Boland's ControllerUtility.exe and edited with any text editor.

Programs that open BCS files
Included with OS
Updated 1/31/2012

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