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.EGG File Extension

2 file types use the .egg file extension.

File Type 1Panda3D Model File

DeveloperCarnegie Mellon
3.3 (26 Votes)
Category3D Image Files

What is an EGG file?

3D model format used by Panda3D, a 3D engine designed primarily for game development; defines all transforms, including joint transforms, relative to the model's parent node; all vertices are defined using global coordinates; can be viewed with PView (Panda Viewer), which is included with the Panda3D software.

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Panda 3D is developed and maintained by the Panda3D Development Team at the Carnegie Mellon Entertainment Technology Center.

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Programs that open EGG files
Updated 7/9/2012

File Type 2ALZip Archive

2.8 (24 Votes)
CategoryCompressed Files

.EGG File Association 2

An EGG file is a compressed archive created by ALZip, a file compression and decompression program. It contains one or more files compressed in the proprietary EGG format. EGG files may incorporate AES-256 encryption and password protection for securing the archive.

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Screenshot of a .egg file in ESTSoft ALZip 8

EGG file open in ESTSoft ALZip 8

You can decompress EGG files using ALZip and Bandizip in Windows. You can also use UnEgg in Linux.

The EGG format incorporates intelligent compression techniques for creating smaller file sizes. It also supports Unicode and therefore is useful for multi-lingual archives.

ALZip is a simple compression tool for Windows that is especially popular in Korea. It has two proprietary formats: the EGG format, which was released in version 8 and the .ALZ format, which is similar to the Zip format. The program can also compress and decompress files into other formats, such as .TAR and .ZIP.

Programs that open EGG files
Updated 12/14/2017

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