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.TPD File Extension

File Type 1TreePad 7 Database File

DeveloperFreebyte.com
Popularity
3.2 (5 Votes)
CategoryData Files
FormatBinary

Binary

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

What is a TPD file?

File created by TreePad 7 or later, a personal information manager; stores information that is structured as a hierarchy of "nodes," each of which stores document content such as text, images, hyperlinks, structured data, and other personal content.

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NOTE: Prior to TreePad 7, the software used the .HJT file extension for databases.

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Programs that open TPD files
Updated 2/11/2013

File Type 2Cyberlink TOD Video File

DeveloperCyberLink
Popularity
3.0 (1 Vote)
CategoryVideo Files
FormatBinary

Binary

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

.TPD File Association 2

High-definition JVC camcorder video edited using Cyberlink video-editing software; stores video data in the MPEG-2 transport stream format; used to preserve the high-definition format recorded by the JVC camcorder.

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TPD files were originally recorded as .TOD files on JVC Everio digital camcorders, such as the GZ-HD3, GZ-HD5, GZ-HD6, GZ-HD7, GZ-HD30, and GZ-HD40 models. After editing, TPD files can be uploaded to the JVC hard disk and played back on the camcorder.

TPD files can be converted into more common video file types using Cyberlink software and some other video-editing programs.

NOTE: Cyberlink software is sometimes bundled with JVC camcorder purchases.

Programs that open TPD files
Updated 12/7/2012

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