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.MOVIE File Extension

2 file types use the .movie file extension.

File Type 1QuickTime Movie File

DeveloperApple
Popularity
3.4 (23 Votes)
CategoryVideo Files
FormatN/A

What is a MOVIE file?

Movie saved or formatted in Apple's proprietary QuickTime format; may use one of many types of codecs to compress the file, including the H.264 video codec, which uses a high-efficiency compression algorithm; H.264 support was introduced with QuickTime 7.0, which was released with Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger and is also available with QuickTime for Windows.

More Information

Most QuickTime movies can be played back by earlier versions of QuickTime Player, but QuickTime 7 or later is required to play back H.264-encoded video files.

QuickTime movies may also use the .MOV extension, which is especially common on Windows-based computers.

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Programs that open MOVIE files
Updated 12/20/2018

File Type 2Payday Movie File

DeveloperN/A
Popularity
3.3 (4 Votes)
CategoryVideo Files
FormatBinary

.MOVIE File Association 2

A MOVIE file is a video file used by Payday games, such as Payday 2 and Payday: The Heist. It contains a video used in Payday, such as when characters offer contracts to the player during a cutscene. MOVIE files are renamed .BIK files.

More Information

You most likely will only come across a MOVIE file if you are modifying Payday gameplay. Otherwise, the file is referenced by the game during gameplay.

NOTE: Since MOVIE files are renamed BIK files, you can change the ".movie" extension to ".bik" to open them with video players that support the Bink video format.

Programs that open MOVIE files
Updated 3/15/2018

About MOVIE Files

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