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.XAF File Extension

File Type 13ds Max XML Animation File

4.2 (5 Votes)
Category3D Image Files

What is a XAF file?

XML file created by the 3ds Max modeling and animation software; contains motion information for a biped, which is a model with two-feet; enables modelers to accurately capture human and creature movements for video games, movies, and other 3D animations.

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XAF files can be reused across multiple biped models. They can also be included in a 3ds Max Motion Mixer mix (.MIX file), which allows animators to composite an animation on a multi-track timeline.

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Programs that open XAF files
Updated 3/10/2011

File Type 2Affirm Deposition Transcript

DeveloperWeb Depo
2.0 (3 Votes)
CategoryData Files

.XAF File Association 2

File created by the Affirm Transcript Editor, a program used for creating deposition transcripts during legal proceedings; stores rich text and contains the verbal testimony of a witness recorded out of the courtroom.

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XAF files enable lawyers to store digital evidence during litigation.

NOTE: Web Depo Affirm Transcript Editor has been discontinued and is no longer available for download.

Programs that open XAF files
Web Depo Affirm Transcript Editor
Updated 6/13/2014

File Type 3Cal3D XML Animation File

2.0 (1 Vote)
Category3D Image Files

.XAF File Association 3

3D animation file used by Cal3D, an open source toolkit used for character animation; stores bone movements for the model's skeleton, which is specified in a .CSF or .XSF file; used for creating realistic human motions.

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XAF files store animation data in an XML format, but Cal3D animation data can also be stored in a binary format using .CAF files.

Programs that open XAF files
Updated 4/28/2011

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