Help! I Can’t Open IVS Files!

There are many reasons why your IVS file might not open on your computer. If you have IVS files that don’t open when you double-click it, ask yourself the following questions...

Do I have the right program?

If you don’t have a program installed on your computer that’s compatible with IVS files, you won’t be able to open one. See if you have one of the most common programs associated with IVS files listed below.

  • TronMe Multimedia File
  • ISPS for Windows Settings File
  • ImageView Storage File
  • iVisit

What type of file is it?

When you can’t open IVS files, try to figure out the file type. This can help you find the right program to open it. Usually, IVS files are considered Video Files. However, you can look up the file type to be sure. Start by right-clicking the file icon and clicking “Properties” (“More Info” if you’re on a Mac). Then look for the file type under “Type of File” (“Kind” on a Mac).

Can a developer help?

When you can’t open IVS files, a software developer might be able to help. The developers for the programs mentioned above are as follows:

Software Developer
TronMe Multimedia File 3D Solar UK Ltd.
ISPS for Windows Settings File International Planning & Research Corporation
ImageView Storage File Infinite Solutions
iVisit Microsoft Programmer

Try contacting one of these developers to find out how you can open your IVS file.

Can I use a universal file viewer?

A universal file viewer is the way to go when you have IVS files that can’t be opened by any other program. Install a universal file viewer like File Magic (Download) and see if it will open your IVS file. Remember that if your file is not compatible, the universal file viewer will only open it in binary format.

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