Files that contain the file extension LID are associated with more than seven programs and applications and various file types. The most common association is Kodak EasyShare, but the file extension can also be created with Quicken, WinDVD, Dylan Library, and Lextek. LID files contain data and information related to the program that created them.
If the file extension LID is related to Kodak EasyShare, it is a miscellaneous file type that contains data which identifies the location where each photo or video is stored. The file does not contain actual images and instead defines the folder where each image is located. Kodak EasyShare is an application which is used to organize and share photos which are produced with Kodak digital cameras.
LID file extensions that are associated with WinDVD are a miscellaneous file type that contains data which pertains to the functioning of the WinDVD application. InterVideo WinDVD is a multimedia player created by Corel that allows you to playback DVDs in the Windows operating system.
If the LID file is classified as a Dylan Library, it is a data file type that contains source code which describes the functioning of Dylan Library. The data defines and locates data which is required to build a library from its intended source. Dylan Library is used by programmers and developers for the construction of digital libraries.
LID file extensions created with Lextek are a data file type that supports the functioning of the Lextek Language Identifier. The files allow the Lextek program to define and route documents based on the use of the different languages.
How to Open LID Files
Since LID files are associated with multiple programs and applications, double click on the file to see if it will automatically open in a default program you have installed on your PC. LID files can consist of different file types, so you may already have a program which will open them.
If the file extension LID is related to Kodak Easy Share and you use Windows or Mac OS X, you can open the file with the Kodak EasyShare application, which is available on the Kodak website. If you use the Linux operating system, you must use UNIX Kodak EasyShare tools, which are available for download on the same website.
LID file extensions that are part of the WinDVD program must be opened using the InterVideo WinDVD. The WinDVD application is available for download on the Corel website and is compatible with the Windows operating system.
If the LID extension is a Dylan Library file, you can open the file using any text editing program. For a Windows-based PC, you can open LID files using WordPad or Notepad. For Mac OS X, you can use Apple TextEdit, or TextMate. For the Linux operating system, you can use AbiWord, gEdit, Nano Editor, or Vim to open LID files.
If the LID files are associated with Lextek, you must open them with the Lextek Language Identifier since the files assist with the functioning of this application. The Lextek application is available in both a demo and paid version on the Lextek website and is compatible with the Windows operating system.