The file extension NTH is associated with the Nokia Symbian Series 40 and ImageMagick VisualMagick applications. Nokia Symbian Series 40 is a software platform used with a variety of Nokia mobile devices. VisualMagick is a web design and development application offered by ImageMagick. NTH files contain data and information related to the program that created the file.
If the NTH file is created by Nokia Symbian Series 40, it is a miscellaneous file type which can include images, theme settings, ringtones, and other components you use to customize your mobile device. This type of NTH file is created using the Nokia Series 40 Theme Studio application.
NTH files that are related to VisualMagick are an image file type that stores graphics, images and program coding for web applications. The applications are used to create interactive websites. VisualMagick is an application used to create website components for user interaction and server side functions.
How to Open NTH Files
Since NTH files are associated with more than one application, double click on the file to see if it will automatically open in a default program you have installed on your PC. NTH files can consist of different file types, so you may already have a program which will open such files.
If the NTH files are created by Nokia Symbian Series 40, you can use the Nokia Series 40 Theme Studio to open and view the contents. Theme Studio is available as a free download on the Softonic website and is compatible with the Windows operating system. You can also open NTH files on Windows, Mac, or Linux using a compression utility program since this type of NTH file is typically in a compressed file format. Simply change the extension NTH to ZIP and open the file with a compression utility.
You can use WinRAR, 7-Zip or Windows Zip Utility to open NTH files in Windows. For Mac OS X, you can use Apple Archive Utility, Smith Micro Stuffit Deluxe 2011, or Corel WinZip for Mac. If you use Linux, you can open NTH files with p7zip or funzip, which are both open source and available as a free download on the SourceForge website.
NTH files that are associated with VisualMagick can be opened using ImageMagick, which is a software suite that includes VisualMagick and allows you to create and edit bitmap images. If you use Windows, you can also open NTH files using Newera Graphics Converter Pro or OmniPage. For Mac OS X, you can open NTH files using ToyViewer, which is available as a free download for Snow Leopard, Leopard, and Tiger.
If you are looking for a multiplatform application to open VisualMagick NTH files, you can use XnView, which is available as a free download on the XnView website. XnView will allow you to open NTH files as well as convert them to another format for use with other applications.