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.RCD File Extension

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File TypepcAnywhere Recorded Session File
DeveloperSymantec
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CategoryVideo Files
File Format Description

Recording created by pcAnywhere remote desktop control software; stores a screen recording of the remote desktop environment as it is being used; may include multiple sessions in a single file; can be used for technical support logs.

RCD files are saved in a proprietary format and can only be played using the pcAnywhere software.

NOTE: If you want to convert an RCD file to a standard video format such as .MPG or .AVI, one option is to use a separate screen recording software and record your screen as the RCD file is played back in pcAnywhere.

Program(s) that open .RCD files
Updated 5/18/2012

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File TypeLEGO MINDSTORMS Recording File
DeveloperThe LEGO Group
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CategoryCAD Files
File Format Description

File created by LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT robot programming software; records positions of a physical LEGO MINDSTORMS robot in sequence by taking samples at a high frequency; allows users to create and replay robot movements; saved with the filename RobotAction.rcd by default.

RCD files can be played on Android mobile devices with the MINDdroid app.

NOTE: LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT "evolved" into LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 in 2013.

Program(s) that open .RCD files
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Updated 1/2/2014

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File TypeArcade File
DeveloperUniversity of Virginia
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CategoryData Files
File Format Description

File used by Arcade, a program created for modeling physical structures in real-time using computer game computational methods; used to create dynamic physical simulations in educational environments for teaching exercises, homework, and labs.

Arcade was developed by the University of Virginia and is distributed freely.

Program(s) that open .RCD files
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Updated 2/11/2010