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.HBE File Extension

File Type 1HyperBac Compressed and Encrypted Archive

DeveloperXceleon Technologies
4.0 (3 Votes)
CategoryCompressed Files

What is an HBE file?

File archive compressed and encrypted with the HyperBac file compression utility; used primarily for compressing database files, including Oracle, MySQL, SQL Server, SharePoint, Sybase, IBM DB/2, and SAP BRBackup database formats; can provide up to a 90% reduction in required storage space.

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HBE files are similar to standard .HBC files, but are encrypted using AES encryption for file security. HyperBac uses an encryption key file to authenticate the user(s) that can open the file.

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Programs that open HBE files

Updated 6/25/2011

File Type 2Line 6 POD HD Edit Preset File

DeveloperLine 6
3.0 (1 Vote)
CategoryAudio Files

.HBE File Association 2

Preset file created by Line 6 POD HD Edit, a program that enables you to edit the sound of your guitar; contains settings that customize the sound of your guitar; located under "FX," "AMPS," "Mixer," and "Controllers" in the application interface; different settings include tone, bass, treble, channel volume, parameters, speed, and tempo sync.

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To create the HBE file, customize your settings, select File → Save As..., name the file, choose the save location, and click Save.

To open the HBE file, double-click the file or select File → Open, navigate to the file, and click Open.

In Windows, the default save location for HBE files is in the following directory:
\My Documents\Line 6\Tones\POD HD Edit

In Mac, the default save location for HBE files is in the following directory:
/Documents/Line 6/Tones/POD HD Edit

NOTE: The HBE extension can be opened by later versions of the POD HD Edit application such as POD HD500 Edit.

Programs that open HBE files

Updated 2/17/2014

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