FMOD Audio Events File
4.0 | 18 Votes
What is a FEV file?
Audio event file created by FMOD, a sound design tool used for authoring game sounds; save audio events such as footsteps, weapon fire, or ambient noises; built from an FMOD project (.FDP file) and is used by the game runtime to trigger sounds.
FEV files contain the audio design metadata that allows the game program code to trigger game sounds. A separate FMOD Sound Bank (.FSB file) that contains the audio data is also created when the project is built. These two files are the final FMOD project deliverable and therefore are often seen packaged with game installation files.
NOTE: FEV files can be opened and played using the FMOD Event Player, a program included with FMOD Designer.
Programs that open or reference FEV files
FLAMES Environment Variable File
1.3 | 9 Votes
Contains variable data used by FLAMES simulation design software; used for creating constructive, virtual, and live simulations; environment variables may be changed to create custom simulations.
FLAMES stands for FLexible Analysis, Modeling, and Exercise System.