There are 4 file types use the .TPS file extension:
- Multi Channel Measurement File
- Clarion TopSpeed Data File
- Bryce Tree Shape File
- TexturePacker Sprite Sheet File
1. Multi Channel Measurement File
Format used to store data recorded with TiePie Multi Channel software; saves data logged by the program as well as instrument settings for the measurement tools; each measurement is stored in a separate file.
|TiePie Multi Channel software||Free|
Updated: November 14, 2010
2. Clarion TopSpeed Data File
Database format used by Clarion TopScan or TopSpeed; saves data as a flat file, which records one entry per line, with fields separated by spaces or commas; Clarion is often used to create custom database applications.
TPS files can be read by Clarion software and by programs that support SoftVelocity's TopSpeed ODBC driver.
Updated: August 15, 2015
3. Bryce Tree Shape File
3D shape file used by Bryce, a 3D landscape modeling program; contains the shape of a specific type of tree, such as a birch, maple, coconut, or ash tree; commonly used for generating forestry or other background scenery.
|DAZ 3D Bryce||Commercial|
Updated: September 22, 2010
4. TexturePacker Sprite Sheet File
File created by TexturePacker, a program used for creating sprite sheets and for optimizing images; stores a sprite sheet, which is a canvas arrayed tightly with bitmap images; enables multiple images to be compacted within the same file.
TPS files may store different poses for animating a sprite-based character or other object. They are often used for storing textures and other graphics for games.
|Code'n'Web TexturePacker||Free Trial|
Updated: September 1, 2011