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.GPS File Extension

File Type 1Survey Pro Coordinate File

DeveloperTripod Data Systems
3.3 (9 Votes)
CategoryGIS Files

What is a GPS file?

File used by Survey Pro, a program used with Tripod Data Systems GPS data collectors; contains latitude and longitude coordinate control points collected during geographical surveying; used to calibrate GPS coordinates with known locations.

More Information

GPS files may be imported in Survey Pro by selecting the option Job → Import Coordinates.

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Programs that open GPS files

Tripod Data Systems Survey Pro
Updated 2/24/2010

File Type 2GenePix Settings File

DeveloperMolecular Devices
3.6 (7 Votes)
CategorySettings Files

.GPS File Association 2

File created by GenePix Pro, a microarray image analysis program; contains settings for acquisition (the laser used, voltages, and scan area), analysis (location and identification of features on the image), and display (brightness, contrast, and color mappings) of an image.

Programs that open GPS files

Molecular Devices GenePix Pro
Updated 2/24/2010

File Type 3GOM Player Skin File

1.7 (3 Votes)
CategorySettings Files

.GPS File Association 3

Skin file used by GOM Player, a video playback program for Windows; contains an archive of graphics files and XML specification files for the skin; allows users to change the appearance of the player; may be installed by double-clicking the file.

More Information

GPS files are .ZIP files that contain .BMP image files and typically two .XML files named LIST.XML and SKIN.XML. These two XML files provide the information for how each bitmap image in the archive is displayed for the skin. The images can be for program frames, buttons, sliders, logos, and other parts of the interface.

Since GOM Player skins are saved in a Zip format, you can change their extension to ".zip" and open them with any Zip decompression utility, such as Corel WinZip or ESTsoft ALZip.

Programs that open GPS files

Updated 12/5/2014

About GPS Files

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