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EXP File Format

Exported files format

EXP is a file extension for exported files. EXP stands for EXPorted files. EXP file extensions are commonly used for exporting standardized files to be used with other applications. Some of the more common applications that use EXP files are QuickBooks, Microsoft Visual C++ and several CAD software suites.

 

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Learn about Exporting a PST at ITKnowledgeExchange.com.

This was last updated in August 2010
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I was looking for information on this file format because i took some DVR security footage and burned it on a disk. Turns out, the file was an .EXP and now I am looking for a way to transfer the data into a format that I can see
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I'm having the same problem, thinking my best plan is going to the DVR makers website...? Ever resolve this issue and have a plan b for me? Thx in advance.
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