.WUT File Extension

2 file types use the .wut file extension.

WUTG Tag File

Developer WUSSoft
3.0  |  6 Votes

What is a WUT file?

A WUT file contains ID3v1 audio tags created using WUSSoft WUTG Editor. The tags describe a specific audio file's contents. For example, a WUT file might list a specific song's artist, album, genre, and year of release.

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WUTG Editor is a tool that allows users to add metadata to .MP3, .OGG, and .AC3 audio files, to make those files easier to sort and identify. These tagged audio files are saved as .WUS files.

Optionally, WUTG Editor users can save a copy of a tag set as a WUT file. This allows the user to, for example, use that tag set as a template for similar audio files.

NOTE: WUT files do not contain any audio data; they contain only tags.

How to open a WUT file

You can open a WUT file with WUSSoft WUTG Editor (Windows), to view and edit the audio tags the file contains. You can also use WUTG Editor to apply the tags a WUT file contains to an .MP3, .OGG, or .AC3 file (creating a resulting .WUS file).

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Programs that open WUT files

WUSSoft WUTG Editor

Wii U Texture

Developer Fun Labs
3.0  |  2 Votes

A WUT file may also be an image used by the Wii U version of Angry Birds Trilogy. It contains a texture used to skin an in-game object. Players are not meant to open WUT files.

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Angry Birds Trilogy is a console re-release of the first three Angry Birds mobile games. Fun Labs developed the Wii and Wii U versions of Angry Birds Trilogy.

The Wii U version of Angry Birds Trilogy uses textures saved as WUT files. These files are similar to the GTX files used by some other Wii U games.

How to open a WUT file

You can open a WUT file in Noesis (Windows), using the AboodXD WiiU library and a supporting Python script.

Programs that open WUT files


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