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.DBA File Extension

File Type 1CryENGINE Animation Database File

2.8 (11 Votes)
CategoryDeveloper Files

What is a DBA file?

File created by the CryENGINE SDK, a set of game developer programs used for making PC and console games; saves 3D character animation data in a highly optimized and compressed format that is suitable for use with the final constructed game.

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DBA files are compiled using a .CBA settings file, which specifies character (.CHR) files to use as well as the compiler settings.

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Programs that open DBA files

Updated 8/9/2012

File Type 2DarkBASIC Source Code File

DeveloperThe Game Creators
2.0 (4 Votes)
CategoryDeveloper Files

.DBA File Association 2

File written in DarkBASIC, a programming language provided by The Game Creators for developing 3D Windows computer games; contains source code and uses syntax based on the BASIC language; can be compiled and run using the DarkBASIC IDEs.

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DBA files may be an entire game or part of a game. They are referenced within a DarkBASIC project (.DBPRO file) and are compiled with any other DBA files and game assets into a resulting .EXE executable.

DarkBASIC can be used for developing first-person shooters, puzzle games, virtual worlds, fighting games, and more. The games can use Microsoft DirectX technology for generating 3D environments.

Programs that open DBA files

Updated 8/5/2011

File Type 3Palm Datebook Backup File

2.0 (3 Votes)
CategoryBackup Files

.DBA File Association 3

Backup file created for Palm mobile devices; contains a backup of calendar data, known as the "datebook," which includes scheduled events and their associated notes and information; can be used to synchronize data between Palm devices and desktop calendar and email programs.

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DBA files can be converted into more portable formats, such as .CSV, and imported into common email applications like Microsoft Outlook.

Programs that open DBA files

Updated 9/9/2015

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