Detailed information for file extension SES :
Primary association: Audition
Company: Adobe Systems Incorporated
Identifying characters Hex: 43 4F 4F 4C 4E 45 53 53 , ASCII: COOLNESS
Program ID: Cool.Edit.Pro.session.file , Cool.Edit.session.file
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File type SES's association with other applications are:
- Clarion for Modula-2 (Session Data) by SoftVelocity
Clarion employs template driven technology to create database-driven applications. Related links: Clarion Magazine, Clarion Information
- Digital Audio Editor File
- DynaComm (Terminal Emulation Session File) by FutureSoft, Inc.
- HostAccess (Session Configuration File) by Quovadx, Inc.
Pixel Systems was taken over by Quovadx Jan 2003. HostAccess 7.2 allows you to rapidly transform the interface of existing host applications with toolbars, mouse support, pushbuttons, Active-X controls as well as the powerful AutoGUI and Web page integration. The SES file contains the last session configuration used for the named session. Hostaccess generates a .DAT from this .SES each time it is used. The file can be edited manually using any text editor. Paramters can be added/changed/deleted at will. Care needs to be taken though as there is no offical documentation as to the purpose of any of the paramters in this file. This association is classified as Text.
- Hummingbird Exceed X-Session
- Moziac (Session) by SWTBASE Softwares
Moziac is a solution to file splitting problems. Split files into pieces (clusters) so that they fit on any media using Moziac. With Moziac split your files into up to 10,000 clusters. This is an ASCII text file. This association is classified as Text.
- SciTE (Session File)
SciTE is a SCIntilla based Text Editor. Originally built to demonstrate Scintilla, it has grown to be a generally useful editor with facilities for building and running programs. It is best used for jobs with simple configurations. .SES files contain the full paths of files that were open at the time of the session file creation. This association is classified as Text.