The file extension identified with the number 6, can acquire various applications and formats, of which we will see some below:
The 6 file extension is used, in this case, for IBM Embedded ViaVoice software scripts, and they are representative of voice types or as data files, and are therefore considered a data file.
IBM ViaVoice software was a range of language-specific speech recognition products offered by IBM.
The current version is designed primarily for use on embedded devices.
One of the main features of the last stable edition of the software (2005) was the ability to transfer processed text directly to Word.
The software was designed for the grammatical control of medium and extensive vocabulary using various mathematical and statistical algorithms, as well as its own hardware resources.
It should be noted that the software was proprietary licensed and had several plugins to give it more functionality.
Files with extension 6 are used to store a type of usage data in the software, for example, a type of voice.
In this section, files with extension 6 are used as medical grade images for various hardware device manufacturers as this format is part of a standard.
DICOM stands for Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine, and is the international standard for medical images and information related to them.
The DICOM standard defines medical image formats from the resolution to the protocol for the data exchange media and the quality necessary for clinical use, under the typical requirements of each manufacturer.
These extension 6 images can be found on medical imaging equipment such as CT scanners, MRIs, X-ray cameras, ultrasounds, and on devices in other medical domains such as ophthalmology, dentistry, and even veterinary medicine.
The file extension 6 was used, in the year 2002, for music files played in the representative video game of the 2002 Winter Olympics.
The 2002 Salt Lake City Olympics, more officially known as the XIX Winter Olympics, were an international multi-sport event held in the state of Utah, United States in February 2002.
The game had four modes, and each one had a type of music associated with it, saved in this type of file with extension 6.
The game made nearly accurate representations of the sports of speed and skill in the snow, and invented challenges from this title based on the 2002 Winter Olympics.
It also featured 16 international teams competing in six challenges of various kinds.
Each event can be played on its own or as part of a progressive series of contests.
If you downloaded a 6 file on Android device you can open it by following steps below:
To open 6 File on iOS device follow steps below:
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