There are 3 file types use the .PCD file extension:
1. Pokémon Wonder Card File
Game file used by Pokémon games for the Nintendo DS portable gaming device; stores information for a Wonder Card, which can be contained in a "mystery gift" received from the in-game deliveryman at the Poké Mart; unlocks items and events in the game.
Wonder Card data is saved within Pokémon saved games (.SAV files), which are created on Nintendo DS cartridges. Pokesav and the Pokémon Mystery Gift Editor can edit PCD files, and Pokesav can import them into existing SAV files.
Updated: March 27, 2011
2. Kodak Photo CD Image File
A PCD file is an image saved in the proprietary Kodak Photo CD (PCD) format. It stores a digital copy of an actual photograph that has been scanned using Kodak's photo processing hardware and stored on a compact disc (CD).
You can open PCD images with several applications, including IrfanView (Windows), XnViewMP (multiplatform), Corel PaintShop Pro (Windows), and Lemkesoft GraphicConverter (macOS).
You can convert PCD images to the JPEG format with the pcdtojpeg utility, XnViewMP, IrfanView, Corel PaintShop Pro, and Lemkesoft GraphicConverter.
Updated: October 22, 2020
3. Pure Component Data File
Chemical data file created by ChemSep, a column simulator for distillation, extraction, and absorption operations; contains critical, molecular, EOS, T correlations, and other data for components, which include benzene, phenol, cyclohexanone, carbon dioxide, aniline, and bromobenzene.
Data recorded in the PCD file appears in the International System of Units (SI) except for molar amounts, which are recorded in kmol. You can view the data in ChemSep PCD files through the PCDmanager, which is accessible by selecting.
NOTE: Data in PCD files is stored in binary format, whereas .PCT files store data in text format.
Updated: March 16, 2016