How to Open a File With the CUT File Extension

If you're looking to find out how to open the CUT file extension, you've come to the right place. In most cases, Windows will open a file in the associated program, but some files fall outside of those parameters. Keep reading to find out how you can open your CUT file on both Windows and Mac.

Problem: You Can't Open CUT Files

You might've double-clicked on the file, to be greeted with the "Choose a program to open the file" message. In some cases, you might be able to open the file, but the contents may seem garbled and that's because it was written to be opened in a specific program. Of course, you can't open a CUT file with just any software. Not to worry - we have you covered!

Step 1: Find Out Which Software Uses CUT Files

Computer Files

Opening your CUT file starts with understanding which software uses a CUT extension. In many cases, different types of software may use the same file extensions, also known as file associations.

DataWave Physiological Data File, INMOS Transputer Development System Occam Utility Package, and Utilitaires are the most popular software packages that use CUT files. Therefore, your best bet would be to download one of these software packages and use one of them to open your file.

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Zipped files tend to require special handling and may require password access. Contact the file owner or the person who gave you the file for the password and unzip the file before attempting to open the contents.

Step 2: Learning More About CUT "File Type"

If you can't download DataWave Physiological Data File, INMOS Transputer Development System Occam Utility Package, or Utilitaires software, or if they don't work to open your CUT file, you may be able to use the file type as a clue to finding out how you can open it. Using a Windows PC, you can right-click and navigate to "Properties" and then to "Type of file". On a Mac, select "More info" and "Kind".

Most likely, you will find that CUT files are considered Raster Image Files. Because many programs packages utilize Raster Image Files, you might be able to find a program on your computer that handles those types of files.

If that still does not work, you may have to contact the associated software developer to find out how to open it. Unless you know the specific developer, you could contact one of these developers for assistance.

Please see our chart below of software titles and their developers:

Software Developer
DataWave Physiological Data File Microsoft Developer
INMOS Transputer Development System Occam Utility Package Windows Software
Utilitaires Unknown
CLAN Disambiguation Rules Child Language Data Exchange System
Dr. Halo Bitmap Graphic Microsoft Developer
BPM Studio Cue Points and Marker Information ALCATech

Solution: Use File Magic to Open Your CUT File

Tools

Although some files must be opened in binary file format (ie. in the program or device for which it was developed), you might be able to open it with a universal software viewer. Depending on the exact file format, you could use a universal software viewer such as File Magic [download] to open your CUT file. Download File Magic today to open your CUT files and hundreds of other file types with one program.


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