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.MOD File Extension

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Amiga Music Module File Icon
File TypeAmiga Music Module File
DeveloperN/A
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CategoryAudio Files
File Format Description

Standard music module format recognized by most audio tracking programs; may be created by FastTracker, StarTrekker, Noise Tracker, or another MOD creation program.

MOD files contain note patterns (much like a MIDI file) as well as sound samples used for different instruments. The sound samples are assigned to different tracks within the module and are played back according to the notes in the score.

Program(s) that open .MOD files
Updated 9/25/2014

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File TypeCamcorder Recorded Video File
DeveloperJVC
Popularity
3.2 (5 Votes) Thanks for voting!
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CategoryVideo Files
File Format Description

Video file captured with a JVC EVERIO digital camcorder, such as the EVERIO GZ-MC100, MG130, MG7230, and MG630, or with Canon FS and Panasonic D-Snap SD-card camcorders; uses MPEG2 compression for video and MPEG-1 Audio Layer II compression for the audio track.

MOD files can be opened and exported to a different video file format using the software included with the digital camcorder.

Program(s) that open .MOD files
Linux Logo
Linux
Icon TotemExternal Link
Updated 12/23/2011

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File TypeFortran Module File
DeveloperN/A
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CategoryDeveloper Files
File Format Description

Compiled program file written in the Fortran programming language; created for each module declaration within the Fortran source code; groups related procedures and data together in a single file, which can be referenced other program units.

Fortran MOD files are "intermediate" files and are not meant to be opened manually. However, they may be referenced by Fortran compilers, such as those listed below.

Program(s) that open .MOD files
Microsoft Windows Logo
Windows
Icon G95
Icon Intel Fortran Compiler
Icon Silverfrost FTN95
Icon Absoft Pro FortranExternal Link
Icon Lahey/Fujitsu Fortran for Windows
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Mac OS
Icon G95
Icon Intel Fortran Compiler
Icon Absoft Pro FortranExternal Link
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Linux
Icon G95
Icon Intel Fortran Compiler
Icon Absoft Pro FortranExternal Link
Icon IBM XL Fortran
Icon Lahey/Fujitsu Fortran for Linux
Icon Open64
Updated 9/14/2007

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File TypeFemap Model
DeveloperSiemens PLM Software
Popularity
2.0 (1 Vote) Thanks for voting!
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CategoryCAD Files
File Format Description

Model file used by Femap, a CAD engineering analysis program; stores a 3D model with elements, materials, properties, data surfaces, constraints, and other model data.

Femap stands for Finite Element Modeling and Postprocessing, and enables you to build finite element models of engineering problems and view the solution results.

NOTE: The MOD file extension was replaced by .MODFEM with the release of version 9 of Femap.

Program(s) that open .MOD files
Updated 11/6/2014

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AMPL Model File
DeveloperBell Laboratories
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2.0 (1 Vote) Thanks for voting!
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CategoryData Files
File Format Description

Model file used to compute complex, large-scale mathematical problems; contains variables (parameters, and sets), a function, and constraints written in AMPL (A Mathematical Programming Language) code; appears as linear, nonlinear, quadratic, mixed-integer, and other problem types; includes comments, which must be prefaced with a "#."

To load your MOD file, e.g., example.mod, type model example.mod; if it's located in your "amplcml" folder with your sw.exe file. If your example.mod file is located in a different location you'll need to include the path. Type something like this (if using Windows): model C:Usersexample.mod;. After successfully loading your MOD file, type solve; to solve the problem. Then if you want to display any of your results, type display and whatever results you want displayed. Remember to always end your line with a ;.

An example of a MOD file:

var XB;
var XC;
maximize Profit: 25 * XB + 30 * XC;
subject to Time: (1/200) * XB + (1/140) * XC <= 40;
subject to B_limit: 0 <= XB <= 6000;
subject to C_limit: 0 <= XC <= 4000;

Program(s) that open .MOD files
Microsoft Windows Logo
Windows
Icon AMPLExternal Link
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Mac OS
Icon AMPLExternal Link
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Linux
Icon AMPLExternal Link
Updated 2/4/2014

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File TypeArchiCAD Module
DeveloperGraphisoft
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CategoryPlugin Files
File Format Description

Adds extra features and functionality to the ArchiCAD architectural design program; may be included with the software or created by the user.

Program(s) that open .MOD files
Updated 3/6/2007

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File TypeNeverwinter Nights Module
DeveloperBioWare
Popularity
2.0 (1 Vote) Thanks for voting!
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CategoryGame Files
File Format Description

Module created for the Neverwinter Nights (NWN) series of video games; contains all the locations, creatures, items, and other objects included in an NWN adventure; must be saved in the "Neverwinter Nights 2\modules" directory in order to be loaded by the game.

NWN modules can be created and edited using Aurora Neverwinter Nights Toolset, a module building tool developed by BioWare.

Program(s) that open .MOD files
Microsoft Windows Logo
Windows
Icon BioWare Neverwinter NightsExternal Link
Icon BioWare Aurora Neverwinter Nights Toolset
Updated 12/21/2009

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File TypeGRUB Module
DeveloperThe GNU Project
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CategorySystem Files
File Format Description

Software module used by GRUB (GRand Unified Bootloader), a boot loader used for loading multiple operating systems; stores a GRUB module and is loaded by GRUB 2 dynamically only if needed for the particular boot process.

GRUB 2 was slightly redesigned to be modular. This design allows a smaller footprint for the boot loader since only required modules are loaded.

GRUB MOD files are located in the /boot/grub/ or /boot/grub2/ directories.

Program(s) that open .MOD files
Linux Logo
Linux
Icon GNU GRUBExternal Link
Updated 2/14/2012