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Software to view *.wlt image


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Beelen

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Hello,

Does someone know a program that makes it able to see *.WLT images?

Thanks in advance!
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.wlt eWallet file is apparently what it is http://www.geekzone....?contentid=3065 is on ewallet.

There is also this reference to imaging software http://www.softlooku...lay.asp?id=5233, i would reccomond trying something like infranview see if it will pick it up, but in future i would try and use common formats for images.
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Thanks for your answer.

But the solution of using Irfranview, isn't a solution for the problem. Irfranview also can't open the image.
Maybe someone else knows software??

Thanks in advance!

Edited by Beelen, 28 May 2006 - 12:16 PM.

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Where did you get it, sometimes context helps in figuring out how to get something to open the files.
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it's from a friend of mine. He had an accident, and it was filmed by a surveillance camera. This camera apperently made frames of this film, in .wlt format.

I hope this helps?
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Do you know the brand of the camera, it sounds like it is using a proprietary format so only software or a device from the maker will work for it. Because the only listing in the file extension databases ive seen are for e-wallet files which is not what you have their.

Might be this http://www.microsoft...ive/fourcc.mspx an MS video format type but i cant be sure, the make of the camera would be handy as you can look on the manufacturers website or email or phone them to get the information/codec needed. Have you got the KLM mega codec pack if its a video camera it could be a slow frame rate video and it will probably have a codec for it included, only references are to videos or ewallet files not images.

Edited by warriorscot, 28 May 2006 - 04:46 PM.

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