VidBatch Task List
|High Motion Software
4.3 | 6 Votes
What is a VBT file?
A VBT file is a list of video batch processing actions created by High Motion Software VidBatch, a video batch processing program. It is meant to be loaded in VidBatch and used to automatically perform adjustments to a set of videos. VBT files contain XML text, which can be viewed in any text editor.
VidBatch is a free Windows program that allows users to resize, watermark, and convert large batches of videos at the same time. For example, if a professional videographer wanted to add a watermark to a large set of videos, they could load the videos in ImBatch, create a task to add the watermark, and then run the task to automatically add the watermark to all their videos.
If a VidBatch user knows they'll want to run a set of tasks on additional videos in the future, they can save their current task list as a VBT file. The user can then load and run the VBT file while processing other videos. For example, if the videographer referenced above knew they wanted to apply their watermark to additional videos in the future, they could save their watermarking task as a VBT file. Then, they could load and run the file whenever they process videos in VidBatch, to quickly add their watermark.
NOTE: VBT files are plain text files that contain a VidBatch task list formatted using XML. If you do not have access to VidBatch but want to view the task list a VBT file contains, you can open the file in any text editor.
How to open a VBT file
You can open a VBT file in VidBatch (Windows). To do so, select the Folder button that appears in VidBatch's toolbar. Then, navigate to and open your VBT file. The tasks your VBT file contains will appear in VidBatch's task list.
Programs that open VBT files
Spyware Doctor Temporary Scan File
3.5 | 4 Votes
Temporary file created by Spyware Doctor, a virus, spyware, and threat scanning program; contains sections of files and archives that include possibly malicious code; generated during each virus scan and saved in the C:\Program Files\Spyware Doctor\avdb\temp\ directory; AVDB stands for AntiVirusDatabase.
NOTE: VBT files may be tagged as virus files by avast! Antivirus software. To prevent errors (false positives), you can exclude the C:\Program Files\Spyware Doctor\avdb\temp\ directory from being scanned in the avast! Antivirus preferences.
Programs that open or reference VBT files
iAntiVirus Temporary Scan File
4.0 | 2 Votes
Temporary file created by iAntiVirus (iAV), a virus scanning program for Mac OS X; contains files or parts of files that may contain viruses; saved in the /Library/iAntivirus/temp directory by default.
NOTE: Old VBT files should be automatically deleted when iAV starts up. If the files are not automatically deleted, they make take up several gigabytes of space over time. If this happens, the VBT files can be manually deleted to free up disk space.