.TPF File Extension

There are 3 file types use the .TPF file extension:

  1. SPSS Text Wizard Document
  2. TexMod Package File
  3. Transit NXT Pack Translation File

1. SPSS Text Wizard Document

SPSS Text Wizard Document

Settings file created by IBM SPSS, a statistical software package used for data mining and predictive analysis; saves the options specified in the Text Import Wizard; can be used for importing data from multiple text files that use the same formatting.

The Text Import Wizard can be accessed by selecting File → Read Text Data from the application menu. In this dialog, you can specify text delimiters, variable names, and other options. The final step of the dialog asks, "Would you like to save this file format for future use?" From here, you can save a TPF file that stores your import selections.

Software's name License Platforms
IBM SPSS IBM SPSS Commercial LinuxMacWindows

Updated: July 26, 2011

2. TexMod Package File

TexMod Package File

File created by TexMod, a program used for altering DirectX textures (.DDS files) in video games; saves a package of textures that can be loaded into a game to change the appearance of 3D characters and objects.

TexMod was originally used for Tomb Raider but now is used for other DirectX games as well, such as Guild Wars.

NOTE: The TexMod project was renamed to the Universal Modding Engine (uMod). The uMod software is still compatible with the TPF format.

Software's name License Platforms
TexMod TexMod Free Windows
uMod uMod Free Windows

Updated: August 1, 2012

3. Transit NXT Pack Translation File

Transit NXT Pack Translation File
  • Developer STAR Group
  • Popularity
    2.8 (4 votes)
  • Category Data Files
  • Format Binary

File created by Transit NXT, a language translation and localization program; contains a translation of terms and phrases from one language into another language; used by a translator to send back a translation from a source .PPF file.

Software's name License Platforms
STAR Group Transit STAR Group Transit Windows

Updated: January 13, 2010

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