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  1. Unfortunately I've had no luck with XnView either. It could be that I set the program up incorrectly, but I'm still not sure.
  2. Thanks for the advice, but unfortunately I get the same error with MS Paint, even if I change the file extension to a .BMP. I've seen Alpha Five software mentioned on sites with information about the file type, but I don't know how to acquire anything of theirs that could be used to view these BMX files. Interesting. I recently found out that the .BMX file I was trying to open was originally taken from an unnamed THQ game, so that may be something of note. Which variety of CAD file are you referring to? EDIT: While I initially didn't think much of it, I now believe it
  3. How would one view a CAD document? From what I can find on Google, it looks to be a format used by Autodesk modeling software.
  4. No luck, I'm afraid. It keeps saying that the file type is either unknown or corrupted.
  5. I can see the hexadecimal code by opening it with a text editor, but I'm not sure what to look for to see more information about the file.
  6. I get the "Format of the file <pic1.bmx> could not be determined" error when attempting to open it with XnView.
  7. Thanks for your help, but unfortunately that doesn't seem to work. I receive this error when opening it after renaming the file: Application version: paint.net 4.1.5 System.ArgumentException: Parameter is not valid. at System.Drawing.Image.FromStream(Stream stream, Boolean useEmbeddedColorManagement, Boolean validateImageData) at PaintDotNet.Data.BmpFileType.OnLoad(Stream input) in D:\src\pdn\src\PaintDotNet\Data\BmpFileType.cs:line 95 at PaintDotNet.FileType.Load(Stream input) in D:\src\pdn\src\Data\FileType.cs:line 496 at PaintDotNet.Functional.Func.Eval[T1,TRet](Func`
  8. Hello everyone, I've recently come across an image file with the ".BMX" extension. According to the scant information on it I could gleam from Google, it's apparently a type of bitmap meant specifically for storing animations. Using Paint.NET and normal photo viewers to open said file hasn't yielded any results, and while I've tried several third party image extraction tools, none have worked so far. I've tried to look through the hex code too, but I haven't yet found a way to properly do anything with it. If anyone knows of a way to potentially extract these .BMX files
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