.TRACE File Extension

2 file types use the .trace file extension.
File Type 1

TRACES 3D Scene

Developer Ton Roosendaal
Popularity
4.0  |  11 Votes
Category 3D Image Files
Format Binary

What is a TRACE file?

A TRACE file is a 3D object or animation project created in Traces, an early 3D modeling and animation application. It contains data used to render and animate a 3D object. TRACE files cannot be opened in programs other than Traces.

More Information

Before creating Blender, developer Ton Roosendaal created an early 3D modeling and animation application for Commodore's Amiga PCs. This application, named Traces, allowed users to render and animate basic 3D objects. Traces saved users' 3D objects and animations in TRACES files.

How to open a TRACE file

Unfortunately, Traces TRACE files are currently difficult to open. The only known way to open a TRACE file is by downloading Traces (which is available near the bottom of this webpage) and attempting to install the program on an Amiga emulator. Then, you can open your TRACE file in Traces.

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Programs that open TRACE files

Windows
Can be opened only in Traces using an Amiga emulator
Mac
Can be opened only in Traces using an Amiga emulator
Linux
Can be opened only in Traces using an Amiga emulator
Updated January 8, 2021
File Type 2

VMware ThinApp Trace Log File

Developer VMware
Popularity
3.3  |  4 Votes
Category Misc Files
Format Binary

What is a TRACE file?

File created by VMware ThinApp, a program used for packaging and running Windows applications in a single executable file with no additional dependencies; saves a log of application performance and errors; may be printed to a text report using VMware ThinApp Log Monitor, a program included with VMware ThinApp.

Programs that open TRACE files

Windows
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Updated June 6, 2012

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