.DPX File Extension
File Type 1Digital Picture Exchange File
What is a DPX file?
Kodak raster image format used for transferring film images to a digital medium with no loss of quality; also referred to as a "Digital Moving Picture Exchange Bitmap;" often exported as a frame sequence which contains a series of still images.
The DPX format was originally developed by Kodak, but then was enhanced and published by SMPTE (Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers), who now maintain the file format. DPX files are similar to .CIN files, the original Kodak format, but they contain additional information in the file header.
File Type 2VASCO DIGIPASS File
.DPX File Association 2
File used by VASCO software to securely authenticate programs and users over a network; contains a collection of tokens as well as password parameters such as response length, challenge length, and unlock information.
DPX files are installed on a server where Vasco software resides. After installation, users use a security token in addition to their login information to authenticate access to their remote applications.
DPX files are typically used inside business applications to securely authenticate users and mobile devices from remote locations. They are commonly used in online banking, e-commerce, and online government applications.
File Type 3DrawPlus Template
.DPX File Association 3
Vector image template created by DrawPlus, a graphics editing program; contains the same information as a .DPP drawing file, but is used as a template for creating multiple drawings from the same starting point.