.SFD File Extension
File Type 1Sofdec Dreamcast Movie
What is an SFD file?
Video file used by video games made for Sega Dreamcast, Nintendo GameCube, Microsoft Xbox, and other video game console systems; saves video in an uncommon "Sofdec" format that is not playable on standard video players; used for playing video game cinematic sequences.
SFD files can be converted to .MPG files using a utility called sfd2mpg, which is part of the SFD Tool Pack by SWAT. However, this utility was not widely distributed and no longer is under development. SFD files can be created using Sega's Movie Creator application, but it is also no longer being developed and was last released in 1999. The SFD Tool Pack by SWAT includes this program.
NOTE: Pro Evolution Soccer 2012 (PES 2012) SFD files can be converted to the .MPG format using PES Video & Audio Converter.
File Type 2Spline Font Database File
.SFD File Association 2
Font file created in the Spline Font Database (SFD) format, which is the native format used by FontForge font editing software; describes one or more fonts in an ASCII text format; used for documenting and editing fonts.
SFD files save descriptive information such as the font version, name, family, weight, and encoding.
NOTE: FontForge can be run on Windows using Cygwin, a Linux-like environment for Windows.
File Type 3MagicScore Maestro Score File
.SFD File Association 3
An SFD file contains a music score created by MagicScore Maestro, a music composition and notation program. It stores a composition, which may include instruments, time and key signatures, and music notes. SFD files also contain metadata, such as the title and composer of the score and the page layout of the score composition.
You can open SFD files in Windows using MagicScore Maestro. To open an SFD file, select, navigate to the location of the file, and click . To create an SFD file using MagicScore Maestro, select , compose the score, then select or .
SFD files are the main file type used by MagicScore Maestro to save scores. However, you can also save scores as .MIDI files, Karaoke .KAR files, and Music .XML files by choosing the file types from the dropdown menu. You can also export scores in MagicScore Maestro to an image, audio, or .PDF file by selecting .