>> PLUGIN file

PLUGIN file format description

Many people share .plugin files without attaching instructions on how to use it. Yet it isn’t evident for everyone which program a .plugin file can be edited, converted or printed with. On this page, we try to provide assistance for handling .plugin files.

3 filename extension(s) found in our database.

.plugin - Adobe Photoshop Plugin

The PLUGIN other files are related to Adobe Photoshop. The PLUGIN file is an Adobe Photoshop Plugin. Adobe Photoshop is a graphics editor published by Adobe Systems. It is the market leader for commercial image manipulation.

Adobe Photoshop
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Adobe Photoshop Plugin related extensions:
Acronis True Image Script
ACDSee Canvas External Tool
AbiWord Plug-in File
Catia V4 Session
Voltage SecureFile Encrypted File
V-Control Import Driver

.plugin - Fusion Plugin

The PLUGIN other files are related to Blackmagic Design Fusion. The PLUGIN file is a Fusion Plugin. Blackmagic Design Fusion is a compositing software for visual effects artists, broadcast and motion graphic designers and 3D animators.

Blackmagic Design Fusion
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Fusion Plugin related extensions:
Adobe Acrobat Plugin
Bitdefender Plugin
WCPUID Plug-in
OS/2 Warp Workplace Shell Attribute Storage
OS/2 Warp Audio Driver
SimCreator Script

.plugin - Mac OS X Plugin File

The PLUGIN other files are related to Apple Mac OS X. The PLUGIN file is a Mac OS X Plugin File. Mac OS X is a line of Apple operating systems included in every modern Macintosh (Mac) computer.

Apple Mac OS X
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Mac OS X Plugin File related extensions:
VAX Object Library
BaKoMa TeX Installation Module
FlashTool Firmware Data
TenCORE Plug-in
MPQDraft Plugin
Android Thumbnails Folder

Naturally, other applications may also use the .plugin file extension. Even harmful programs can create .plugin files. Be especially cautious with .plugin files coming from an unknown source!

Can't open a .plugin file?

When you double-click a file to open it, Windows examines the filename extension. If Windows recognizes the filename extension, it opens the file in the program that is associated with that filename extension. When Windows does not recognize a filename extension, you receive the following message:

Windows can't open this file:


To open this file, Windows needs to know what program you want to use to open it. Windows can go online to look it up automatically, or you can manually select one from a list of programs that are installed on your computer.

To avoid this error, you need to set the file association correctly.

Operating systems currently supports the following operating systems:

Windows XP/Vista, Windows 7/8, Windows 10, CentOS, Debian GNU/Linux, Ubuntu Linux, FreeBSD, Mac OS X, iOS, Android

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