.SEQ File Extension

.SEQ File Extension

File Type 1

PowerTracks Pro Audio Project File

Developer PG Music
Popularity
3.1  |  13 Votes
Category Audio Files
Format Binary

What is a SEQ file?

Audio project created with PowerTracks Pro Audio, a digital audio sequencing program; may include both audio and MIDI tracks, which can be played back at the same time; also stores digital mixer settings, such as track volume, panning, and effects.

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SEQ files may also include song structure information, such as verse and chorus sections, as well as key signature and tempo data. MIDI data saved in a SEQ file can be viewed in a piano roll format or as a musical score.

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Programs that open SEQ files

Updated September 2, 2010
File Type 2

DNA Sequence Text File

Developer N/A
Popularity
2.9  |  10 Votes
Category Data Files
Format Text

What is a SEQ file?

Plain text file that contains a DNA sequence in .FASTA format; often produced by processing an .AB1 file and trimming the low-quality bases from the sequence; therefore, SEQ files are shorter than AB1 files; they can be viewed by most DNA sequencing programs and viewed in a text editor.

Programs that open SEQ files

Updated May 18, 2015
File Type 3

NorPix StreamPix Sequence

Developer NorPix
Popularity
2.7  |  6 Votes
Category Video Files
Format Binary

What is a SEQ file?

Colllection of images saved in a sequence that can be played back as a video file; created by NorPix digital video recording software; may be generated from a video camera recording or from individual frames captured by a frame grabber.

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SEQ files can be exported to a standard video format, such as an .AVI or .MOV file, within the StreamPix application.

Programs that open SEQ files

Windows
Updated September 10, 2010
File Type 4

Tiertex Limited SEQ Video File

Developer Tiertex Design Studios Limited
Popularity
2.3  |  3 Votes
Category Video Files
Format N/A

What is a SEQ file?

An SEQ file is a video file used by Flashback: The Quest for Identity, a video game for MS-DOS released in 1992. It is saved in the Tiertex Limited Sequence format and primarily used to store cutscene animations that appear during gameplay.

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Since SEQ files are only used by the Flashback video game, you will most likely never encounter them unless you have installed the game from an MS-DOS CD-ROM onto your computer. Flashback was originally developed by Delphine Software for the Amiga gaming platform, then ported to MS-DOS by Tiertex Design Studios Limited and made available via a CD-ROM.

Tiertex Design Studios Limited is a British video game developer founded in 1986. They released games throughout the 1980s, 1990s, and 2000s for various platforms, such as Atari, Commodore 64, Sega Genesis, Game Gear, Game Boy, Super Nintendo, Game Boy Color, and Game Boy Advance. Tiertex Design Studios Limited ceased in 2003.

How do I open a SEQ file?

Since SEQ files are very rare, there are few programs that support it. However, you can convert an SEQ file to a more common video format with FFmpeg, then open the converted file with a media player, such as Microsoft Windows Media Player or VLC media player.

Programs that open SEQ files

Windows
Free
Mac
Free
Linux
Free
Updated September 4, 2020

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