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Hi,

A client asked me if I knew what files with the extension .isis and .isix are. They were apparently in a folder named MOV, and there were also files name .00t. I haven't seen the files myself, so I don't know if these are binary or text or anything...

Any tips?
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.oot could be an Open Office text file. But .isisx? Not even Google knows about it...
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A multimedia development programming language? < http://web.media.mit.edu/~stefan/isis/ >

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Well, the client figured it out on their own, with out needing my assistance, so I am not sure how it went!
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