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.BMC File Extension

File Type 1Bitmap Cache File

3.2 (6 Votes)
CategoryRaster Image Files

What is a BMC file?

Cached bitmap file created by the Windows Remote Desktop Client (RDC), which is part of Windows Terminal Services; stores multiple bitmaps that would otherwise be repeatedly sent from the terminal server to the client.

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By caching images in BMC files, the RDC program provides a substantial performance increase for remote clients, especially for low-bandwidth connections. BMC files are commonly found in the [User Profile]\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Terminal Server Client\Cache directory.

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Programs that open BMC files

Updated 6/22/2010

File Type 2Bolide Movie Creator Project File

DeveloperBolide Software
2.8 (4 Votes)
CategoryVideo Files

.BMC File Association 2

Video project created by Bolide Movie Creator, a Windows program used for creating personal movies; saves audio, video, and textual annotation tracks and allows the user to adjust them on the movie timeline; can be exported to an .AVI, .WMV, .FLV, .MP4, or .MKV file when complete.

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NOTE: BMC files store references to audio and video files, not the files themselves. The file is saved in an XML format.

Programs that open BMC files

Updated 4/12/2013

File Type 3Embroidery Image File

2.3 (3 Votes)
CategoryMisc Files

.BMC File Association 3

Image stored using a generic embroidery file format; contains a stitch pattern that can be automatically sewn with a compatible sewing machine; may be viewed with the XnView cross-platform application.

Programs that open BMC files

Bitshelter PhotoShelter
Updated 6/22/2010

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