There are 3 file types use the .XAF file extension:
1. 3ds Max XML Animation File
XML file created by the 3ds Max modeling and animation software; contains motion information for a biped, which is a model with two-feet; enables modelers to accurately capture human and creature movements for video games, movies, and other 3D animations.
XAF files can be reused across multiple biped models. They can also be included in a 3ds Max Motion Mixer mix (.MIX file), which allows animators to composite an animation on a multi-track timeline.
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Updated: December 8, 2010
2. Affirm Deposition Transcript
File created by the Affirm Transcript Editor, a program used for creating deposition transcripts during legal proceedings; stores rich text and contains the verbal testimony of a witness recorded out of the courtroom.
XAF files enable lawyers to store digital evidence during litigation.
NOTE: Web Depo Affirm Transcript Editor has been discontinued and is no longer available for download.
|Web Depo Affirm Transcript Editor|
Updated: December 18, 2013
3. Cal3D XML Animation File
3D animation file used by Cal3D, an open source toolkit used for character animation; stores bone movements for the model's skeleton, which is specified in a .CSF or .XSF file; used for creating realistic human motions.
XAF files store animation data in an XML format, but Cal3D animation data can also be stored in a binary format using .CAF files.
Updated: May 1, 2011