There is only one file type that uses the .LQT extension:
Liquid Audio File
Music file saved in the proprietary copy-protected Liquid Audio format; can only be opened and played with Liquid Audio Player and RealPlayer on authorized computers.
Liquid Audio became Liquid Digital Media in January 2003 when it was acquired by Anderson Media. The company still provides solutions for Internet media delivery, but the LQT file format is no longer used.
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Updated: May 25, 2021