Five Steps to Open CTM Files

If you have CTM files that you need to open, but you’re not sure how, follow these steps.

Step 1: Double-click the file.

Locate the CTM file icon and double-click it. If you have the right program installed, it should open the file automatically. If it doesn’t, move on to Step 2.

Step 2: Look for another program.

If the CTM file doesn’t open when you double-click it, you probably don’t have the right program on your computer. There are several popular programs that can be used to open a CTM file. Try one of the three most common programs: Maxagrid CTM File, Java Charge Transaction Matrix File, or SDR99 Speech Recognition Task Time Marked Conversation Input.

Step 3: Check the file type.

If none of the above programs will open your CTM file, check the file type to make sure you have a program that can open that type of file. Most CTM files are Data Files, but there’s a chance it might be another type.

You can find this information in the file’s properties. On a Windows computer, just right-click the file and click properties, and look for the file type under “Type of File.” On a Mac computer, right-click the file and click “More info,” and look for the file type under “Kind.”

Step 4: Get help from a developer.

If you can’t figure out how to open a CTM file, a developer can probably tell you how. Find the program you have in the table below and contact the developer of that program.

Program Name Developer Name
Maxagrid CTM File Microsoft Developer
Java Charge Transaction Matrix File Unknown
SDR99 Speech Recognition Task Time Marked Conversation Input Unknown
Crazy Talk Face Model File Reallusion Inc.
CGMetafile Microsoft Developer
FreeBSD Content Management File Microsoft Developer
Content Delivery Service Microsoft Developer
Crazytalk Talking Animation File Microsoft Programmer
OpenCTM Compressed Triangle Mesh File Marcus Geelnard

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