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.OSZ File Extension

2 file types use the .osz file extension.

File Type 1Osu! Beatmap File

Developerpeppy
Popularity
4.4 (141 Votes)
CategoryGame Files
FormatZip

What is an OSZ file?

An OSZ file is a Zip-compressed data file used by osu!, a rhythm game where players click visual cues in sync with music. It contains a beatmap, which includes a song, graphics, and timings and locations of clicks. OSZ files enable players to save and share custom beatmaps.

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Screenshot of a .osz file in opsu! 7

OSZ file open in opsu! 7

Users typically play OSZ files with osu!, which is available for Windows. However, you can also play OSZ files in opsu!, which is an open source osu! client available for Windows, macOS, Linux, and Android.

You can open OSZ files by dragging them directly into the osu! game window. In opsu!, you can open an OSZ file by browsing to its location and importing it. You can also download other OSZ files directly in opsu!.

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Programs that open OSZ files
Windows
osu!
opsu!
Mac
opsu!
Linux
opsu!
Android
opsu!
Updated 12/4/2017

File Type 2OpenLP Service File

DeveloperOpenLP
Popularity
2.4 (16 Votes)
CategoryData Files
FormatBinary

.OSZ File Association 2

File created by OpenLP, a free application used for creating worship service multimedia presentations; can include song lyrics, audio and video data, PowerPoint presentations, and other multimedia data; used with a video projector, which displays the content on a screen.

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NOTE: OpenLP is short for "Open Source Lyrics Projection."

Programs that open OSZ files
Windows
OpenLP
Mac
OpenLP
Linux
OpenLP
Updated 4/9/2012

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