|⇒ Category:||Spreadsheet Files|
|⇒ Developer:||Wouter van Oortmerssen|
📌 Alternatively, a .CTS file definition corresponds to the hierarchical spreadsheet generated by TreeSheets, a cross-platform organizational and data entry program solution. In basic clauses, .CTS resource consists of data which a user entered into TreeSheets. In a while, the information within the container is organized into calendars, to-do lists, tables, categories or other peculiar forms of electronic information. .CTS files can be opened and processed by TreeSheets application without exceptions. TreeSheets solution is also capable of exporting the spreadsheets into .JSON or .HTML shape for further transfer into other mobile, desktop and web-services.
|⇒ Category:||Audio Files|
📌 .CTS data files are managed, operated and opened up by CrazyTalk, a powerful toolkit utilized for 3D animation of facial expressions and gestures. Generally, .CTS resources store audio clips in addition to facial motion data which handles the facial mimics and the lip-sync for the audio. In common conditions, .CTS disk objects are utilized to insert pre-recorded voice samples and facial motion clips into the animated timeline, responsible for the emotions and expressions of the animated character or avatar. This type of .CTS info extension is especially useful for 3D-designers and animators, taken into production of three-dimensional graphics in wide-budgeted movies, cartoons, video-games and other types of content.
📌 .CTS file entries can be accurately uncovered and opened up by various software bundles, appropriate to different, peculiar tasks and subtypes of operations. If the original file extension sample has been generated by CrazyTalk 3D-editor, you would require the same solution to reveal the object contents for your service. In other different cases, if the .CTS component correlates with TreeSheets spreadsheet, any of the programs except this accurate toolkit would seem useless. Also the .CTS specification different types of data depending on the original recognition of the resulting file type.