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paradien

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i cant figure out what dcr format plays in , help and im not so sure if i posted it in the right section so excuse me
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Actually depends on the file. A .dcr file format can be for a few different applications..ie: Kodak Camera image file, a Shockwave movie file or a binary resource file (Borland products) are just to name a few.

I have seen them mostly used by Macromedia Director and Kodak's software.

Hope this helps.
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