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.VST File Extension

File Type 1VST Audio Plugin

4.1 (20 Votes)
CategoryPlugin Files

What is a VST file?

File or folder containing a VST (Virtual Studio Technology) plugin; used for creating or modeling audio effects; typically used by digital audio programs to modify recorded sounds.

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You can open VST files with Steinberg Cubase, Image-Line FL Studio, and Audacity (with VST ENabler). You can also open VST files with LMMS (Linux MultiMedia Studio) using VeSTige. However, you must change the ".vst" extension to ".dll" before you open the file.

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Programs that open VST files

Updated 1/7/2019

File Type 2Visio Drawing Template

3.0 (3 Votes)
CategoryVector Image Files

.VST File Association 2

Template created by Microsoft Visio, a program used for creating technical diagrams; stores a default layout and settings for a drawing; used for creating multiple Visio drawings (.VSD files) from the same starting point.

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VST files can be used as the basis for creating many different types of diagrams, including flowcharts, organizational charts, system designs, network diagrams, and other drawings.

Programs that open VST files

Updated 6/22/2010

File Type 3Targa Bitmap Image

1.7 (3 Votes)
CategoryRaster Image Files

.VST File Association 3

Raster image based on the Targa Truevision format; can store data up to 32 bits per pixel, with 24 bits for the RGB information and 8 bits for the alpha channel; may also incorporate lossless RLE compression to reduce the file size.

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Targa image files most often use the .TGA file extension.

Programs that open VST files

Updated 3/11/2010

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