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.TCR File Extension

File Type 1Psion Series 3 eBook File

DeveloperPsion Teklogix
Popularity
3.0 (2 Votes)
CategoryeBook Files
FormatBinary

Binary

This file is saved in a binary format, which requires a specific program to read its contents.

What is a TCR file?

eBook created in the TCR format, which was originally used by the older Psion Series 3 palmtop devices developed in the 1990s; stores the eBook text and formatting in a proprietary format used internally by the Psion device.

More Information

TCR files can still be viewed with some mobile device readers, such as ReadManiac, MicroReader, ReadM, and FBReader. They can also be viewed on a desktop computer using Calibre, a cross-platform eBook reader.

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Programs that open TCR files
Windows
Calibre
Mac
Calibre
Linux
Calibre
Updated 3/31/2011

File Type 2TouchMagix Creative Suite Published File

DeveloperTouchMagix Media
Popularity
2.0 (1 Vote)
CategoryMisc Files
FormatBinary

Binary

This file is saved in a binary format, which requires a specific program to read its contents.

.TCR File Association 2

Document published by TouchMagix Creative Suite, a program used for editing applications that are deployed to TouchMagix interactive human motion systems; saved in a proprietary format and can only be run by the TouchMagix Creative Player.

More Information

TCR files are used for saving mockups called "creatives" for clients. These creatives allow clients to try out the application using mouse motion instead of human motion so that they can test the program before it is deployed to the full interactive wall or display.

TCR files are created from .TED files.

Programs that open TCR files
Updated 3/31/2011

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