File Extension CAP

File type: Construct Game development file, Capture file, Compressed music file, Capella music sheet data file, Code Architect project file, PacketView Pro packet trace data

About the CAP file type:

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There may be other applications using the CAP file extension. However, its purpose as the generic capture file is the most well-known. Various network analyzers utilize the CAP file extension to name their captured data, which are used for analysis by various programs. Some applications using the CAP file as a capture file are Agilent LAN Analyzer, Fluke Protocol Inspector, NetMon, ProComm Session, Shomiti Surveyor, Network Associates Sniffer, and Snoop. Applications like Telix Session, TTC FireBerd 500 PC, WWG Domino, WWG LinkView PRO, and Network Monitor also use the CAP file extension as their capture file.


Detailed information for file extension CAP


Category: Capture files, Compressed files, Data files
File format: Proprietary
Open with Windows: Scirra Construct, Netscout Sniffer, Klos PacketView Pro, PacketBone BoneLight, Wireshark
Open with Linux: Wireshark
Moreover, the CAP file extension functions for other purposes too. It can be a data file for the Capella Music Sheet or it can be a project file for the Code Architect. The Code Architect is an offline and online technology, permitting fast and easy code or data generation for different microcontrollers. Meanwhile, PacketView Pro uses the CAM file as its packet trace data. For this, it contains all the captured packets using different applications. The packets can be used and imported to the PacketView Pro. Another function of the CAM file is as a Construct Game Development file. The file extension can be used when programming DirectX-9-based games. It also includes objects, codes, and background images for game development. Some audio files also use the CAM file extension to name their compressed music file. It can also be a caption file for both the CaptionMaker and Ventura Publisher.