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What program do I use to view a .rep file? I've been searching on the web forever and can't come up with anything.

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TextEdit?
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Tried text editor. Its supposed to be some videos I don't know if that has anything to do with it.
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Hmm, Ive never heard of the .rep format being video-based.

Even here, http://filext.com/file-extension/REP, you can tell its mostly report/text editor type of file.

Sorry, no clue.
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TextWrangler might open it.
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well it may not be a "report" file...


this info came from http://extensions.pndesign.cz/rep-file
possible file types:
1) AAICWpro autoresponder file
2) Mime: application/vnd.businessobjects
3) Qwk reader REPly file
4) REPort file made by several programs
5) More info about file extension rep at File-extensions.org website.

also some information, but no good specifics at:
http://filext.com/file-extension/REP
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http://www.answers.com/topic/rep-file-extension

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Found out that it was a replay file, because it was for a game. Thanks for the help.
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Ah, did you get it up and running? If so, with what program?
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Well it was for a game called Starcraft.

So all I had to do was open up the Starcraft folder > Maps > Replays and just put them in there.

Then I just opened the game and watched them.

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