.INT File Extension

.INT File Extension

File Type 1

SGI Integer Image

Developer Silicon Graphics
Popularity
3.2  |  17 Votes
Category Raster Image Files
Format Binary

What is an INT file?

Basic black and white (monochrome) image format developed by Silicon Graphics; stores image data using integers that represent the contents of each pixel.

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Color SGI images often use the .SGI file extension.

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Updated September 9, 2008
File Type 2

Fallout Compiled Script

Developer Bethesda Softworks
Popularity
3.5  |  10 Votes
Category Game Files
Format N/A

What is an INT file?

Compiled script written for Fallout 1 & 2 to animate the Fallout environment; stores the compiled version of an .SSL file, which dictates the behavior of objects on the maps, NPC character existence, dialogue between characters, and other gameplay elements.

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An SSL file must be compiled into an INT file in order for the game to use it. You can use the Fallout Script Editor to compile SSL files. After compiling the script, the INT file will bear the same name as the SSL that it is compiled from, e.g., example.ssl becomes example.int.

To use an INT file, it must be placed in the \data\scripts directory of your game directory.

NOTE: If you want to edit an INT file, open the corresponding SSL file, make your changes, and then compile it again.

Programs that open INT files

Updated August 5, 2014
File Type 3

Sony Camcorder Image Management File

Developer Sony
Popularity
3.5  |  4 Votes
Category Video Files
Format N/A

What is an INT file?

File created for Sony digital camcorders; holds metadata that helps manage recorded videos and images; located in the AVF_INFO folder along with .BNP and .INP files; should not be modified.

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Do not delete this file, if you do you will not be able to record or play back video or images correctly. INT files are defaulted as hidden files and usually not displayed.

Programs that open INT files

Updated March 6, 2014
File Type 4

Unreal International Localization File

Developer N/A
Popularity
3.5  |  2 Votes
Category Game Files
Format Text

What is an INT file?

File used by the Unreal Engine to develop games such as Rune and Unreal Tournament; saved in the same format as .INI configuration files; contains data that Unreal references in order to display text, such as messages or dialogs, in the correct language; accompanies an Unreal package.

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Unreal localization files are stored in language-specific subfolders of the Engine\Localization\ directory of a project. Different extensions are assigned for different languages:

  • .int - International (English)
  • .det - German
  • .est - Spanish
  • .frt - French
  • .itt - Italian
  • .kot - Korean
  • .tct - Czech
  • .rut - Russian

Programs that open INT files

Updated August 5, 2014
File Type 5

Intellivision Game ROM File

Developer N/A
Popularity
2.0  |  1 Votes
Category Game Files
Format Binary

What is an INT file?

An INT file is a game ROM file used by Intellivision emulators, such as MESS, Nostalgia, and Bliss. It contains an exact copy of game data from the original game cartridge, which is used by an emulator to play the game.

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Intellivision emulators are used to play Intellivision games as if they were run on the original system. Game data from the original game cartridge is dumped into an INT file, which is used to store the game in a format that can be played by an Intellivision emulator.

Intellivision is a video game console released in 1979 by Mattel Electronics as a competitor to the Atari 2600. It was eventually discontinued in 1990. Some Intellivision game titles include Boxing, Auto Racing, Armor Battle, Night Stalker, Sub Hunt, and Tron: Solar Sailer.

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Updated March 13, 2018

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