.OSX File Extension

PowerPC Executable File

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What is an OSX file?

An OSX file contains a program header for a Power PC application and is saved in the PEF (PowerPC Executable Format) binary executable format. It can be run directly in Mac OS X on PowerPC-based Macintosh computers or via Rosetta on Intel machines. OSX files may also reference other files that are required for the program to run.

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OSX files are typically generated by Adobe Director.

NOTE: Running "file" on an ".osx" file in the Macintosh Terminal produces "Header for PowerPC PEF executable file."

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Programs that open or reference OSX files

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