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.GBR File Extension

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File TypeGerber File
DeveloperUcamco
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CategoryData Files
File Format Description

Industry-standard file format used for creating printed circuit board (PCB) designs; recognized by PCB manufacturing machines and contains instructions for drilling and milling the board; also includes information about the board's electrical connections.

NOTE: The GBR format was originally developed by Gerber Systems but is now maintained by Ucamco.

Program(s) that open .GBR files
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Linux
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Updated 7/6/2014

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File TypeGIMP Brush File
DeveloperGIMP
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CategoryRaster Image Files
File Format Description

Image brush used by the GNU Image Manipulation Program (GIMP), an open source image editing application; stores the description, bitmap image, and the spacing for the brush; used for storing graphics that can be repeatedly painted on a GIMP image canvas.

GBR files are used to store both the default program brushes as well as custom user brushes. Some default brushes are located in the /share/gimp/2.0/brushes/ directory of a GIMP installation.

Program(s) that open .GBR files
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Mac OS
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Linux
GIMP Icon GIMP
Updated 6/23/2010

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File TypeGameboy Tileset File
DeveloperHarry Mulder
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CategoryDeveloper Files
File Format Description

File created by Gameboy Tile Designer (GBTD), a program that lets users design tiles for their Gameboy productions; contains tile and palette information including the Gameboy color set, number of tiles, and tile size (8 x 8, 8 x 16, 16 x 16, or 32 x 32).

To create a GBR file, design your tiles, select File → Save or Save As..., name the file, choose the save location, and click Save.

Program(s) that open .GBR files
Updated 5/28/2014