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.CGR File Extension

File Type 1CATIA Graphical Representation File

DeveloperDassault Systemes
4.0 (2 Votes)
CategoryCAD Files


File format categories include Binary, Text, XML, and Zip. The format of this file type has not been determined.

What is a CGR file?

CAD file created by CATIA, a CAD application used for product design; saves the visualization of a design (.CATPART or .CATPRODUCT), but only stores the geometrical information required to view the model instead of all the CAD data.

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CGR files are used for sending design drafts for review. They can also be inserted into Adobe .PDF documents using the Pro Extended version of Adobe Acrobat.

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Programs that open CGR files
Updated 9/13/2011

File Type 2Quest3D Channel Group File

1.5 (2 Votes)
CategorySettings Files


This file is saved in a binary format, which requires a specific program to read its contents.

.CGR File Association 2

File created by Quest3D, an engine used to create 3D programs; contains a group of "channels," or properties for the flow and display of objects, models, surfaces, textures, properties, and animations; used to store product visualizations, games, tutorials, animations, user interfaces, and immersive environments.

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CGR files are always stored with complementing .IGR files, which contain the location of channels within the Quest3D Channel Graph layout pane. If the IGR files are missing, the channels will use a default layout and may be difficult to view.

CGR files are used in games such as Audiosurf, Leo, and The Endless Forest.

Programs that open CGR files
Act-3D Quest3D
Act-3D Quest3D Viewer
Autodesk 3ds Max 2017
Tale of Tales The Endless Forest
Updated 1/25/2010

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