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Lyric file definition and linked programs information.

 

File extension lrc is used by following file type(s):

 file type description:
Default file extension for .lrc file type:
Lyric file
The LRC file extension is generally used for files that contain lyrics data with time tags to synchronize with media files. There are a few media players and plugins support that LRC format: Media Commands, Lyrics Library, Lyrics Power, Lyrics Universe and Winamp Lyrics3 plugin.

Simple LRC Format: it is a LRC format developed by Kuo (Djohan) Shiang-shiang and his lyrics displayer was probably the first program that tried to simulate Karaoke performance. This format contains only time tags for lines and doesn't support real-time lyrics line progressive coloring. All players mentioned above support this format.

Enhanced Lyrics Format: it is a more powerful LRC format developed by Media Commands based on the simple LRC format. Time tag for word (or syllable) is allowed. With skillful synchronization technique, this format can be used to simulate real Karaoke performance by doing real-time lyrics line progressive coloring. This format is already used in real-time Video Karaoke Show. Currently, only Media Commands supports this format.

Programs
that open lrc files:
Dance With Intensity (Microsoft Windows)
StepMania (multiplatform software)
TTPlayer (Microsoft Windows)
Winamp with Lyrics3 plugin (Microsoft Windows)

IBM Works for OS/2 data filer database file definition and 6 other file types and linked programs information.

 

File extension ldb is used by following file type(s):

file type 1 description:
IBM Works for OS/2 data filer database file
Old format. IBM Works was distributed with BonusPack for OS/2 Warp 3 and integrated in OS/2 Warp 4.
Programs
that open ldb files:
OS/2

 

file type 2 description:
Lingoes backup file
The LDB file extension is associated with Lingoes, a dictionary and multi-language translation software, developed by Lingoes Project.

A .ldb is exported backup of dictionary installed within Lingoes. This can be done with the Options → Dictionaries → More... → Export dictionaries from backup file function.

Example: lingoes_dict_20111108.ldb

If you have Microsoft Access installed, these files have the same icon as Access LDB files. However it is completely different file format.

Programs
that open ldb files:
Lingoes (Microsoft Windows)

 

file type 3 description:
Max Payne level file
The LDB file suffix is associated with the computer game Max Payne. File contains game level.
Programs
that open ldb files:
Max Payne (Microsoft Windows)

 

file type 4 description:
Microsoft Access Record-Locking Information file
The LDB file extension is associated with Microsoft Access. Microsoft Access is a database management system, part of Microsoft Office Suite, developed by Microsoft Corporation.

The LDB format was used by Microsoft Access prior version 2007 for database lock files. The latest versions of Microsoft Access are using the .laccdb files for databases instead.

Whenever a .mdb file is opened, a .ldb file with the same file is created. Those .ldb files plays an important role in the multiuser scheme of the Microsoft Jet database engine. A .ldb file is used to determine which records are locked in a shared database and by whom.

Programs
that open ldb files:
Microsoft Access (Microsoft Windows)
Microsoft Office (Microsoft Windows)

 

file type 5 description:
RPG Maker 2000/2003 database
File extension is used by RPG Maker.
Programs
that open ldb files:
RPG Maker VX (Microsoft Windows)

 

 file type 6 description:
VisiTrax music library database
File extension is used by VisiTrax.
Programs
that open ldb files:
VisiTrax (Microsoft Windows)

Microsoft Access 2007/2010 database lock file definition and linked programs information.

 

File extension laccdb is used by following file type(s):

file type description:
Microsoft Access 2007/2010 database lock file
The LACCDB file extension is associated with Microsoft Access, a database management system, part of Microsoft Office Suite, developed by Microsoft Corporation.

Whenever a database in Microsoft Office Access 2007 or Access 2010 is opened, the locking mechanisms creates a file with same file name but another file extension.

In case of an opened ACCDB database, Microsoft Access creates a temporary .laccdb file. This file will be automatically deleted when user closes the database.

This mechanism was also used in previous version of Access, which creates .ldb files whenever a .mdb database is opened.

If for some reason a .laccdb file is not deleted when there is no Access database opened, you can safely delete it.

Programs
that open laccdb files:
Microsoft Access (Microsoft Windows)
Microsoft Office (Microsoft Windows)