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Details of extension .ohs

1 extension(s) and 0 alias(es) in our database

Below, you can find answers to the following questions:

  • What is the .ohs file?
  • Which program can create the .ohs file?
  • Where can you find a description of the .ohs format?
  • What can convert .ohs files to a different format?
  • Which MIME-type is associated with the .ohs extension?
Bink Outbound History Data .ohs file icon

Bink Outbound History Data

The OHS file is a Bink Outbound History Data. Bink is a video codec for games that can work on any platform or device.
Detailed description not available
Category: Data files
Application: The RAD Video Tools
Program name: -
Mime-type: application/octet-stream
Magic bytes (HEX): -
Magic string (ASCII): -
Related extensions:
Bink Inbound History Data

Other types of files may also use the .ohs file extension. If you have helpful information about .ohs extension, write to us!

Is it possible that the filename extension is misspelled?

We found the following similar extensions in our database:

Literate Haskell Script
Bink Inbound History Data
Kwalitan History Data
Literate Haskell Script
AquaCrop Field Observations Data
Origin LabTalk Script File
DrillAssistant List Data
Delphi OpenHelp Contents
DrillAssistant List Data

The .ohs filename extension is often given incorrectly!

According to the searches on our site, these misspellings were the most common in the past year:

lhs (1), ihs (1), ots (1), os (1), ojs (1), oh (1), obs (1), khs (1), hs (1), phs (1), osh (1), oms (1), ohc (1), ogs (1)

Can't open a .ohs file?

If you want to open a .ohs file on your computer, you just need to have the appropriate program installed. If the .ohs association isn't set correctly, you may receive the following error message:

Windows can't open this file:

File: example.ohs

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 from a list of programs that are installed on your computer.

To change file associations:

  • Right-click a file with the extension whose association you want to change, and then click Open With.
  • In the Open With dialog box, click the program whith which you want the file to open, or click Browse to locate the program that you want.
  • Select the Always use the selected program to open this kind of file check box.

Supported operating systems

Windows Server 2003/2008/2012/2016, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, Linux, FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, Mac OS X, iOS, Android