The file extension REC is associated with multiple programs and applications and various file types. The most common association is a recorded file, but the file extension can also be created with Medlin Payroll Software, EpiData, Easy CD Creator, ARCserve, or ProMash. REC files contain data and information related to the program that created the file.
If the REC file extension is defined as a recorded file, the file is categorized as an audio or video file type which stores audio or video recordings. REC files can be created using a broad range of digital recording devices in addition to computer games. This means that REC files of this type can be opened using a wide variety of media applications.
REC files which are part of Medlin Payroll Software are defined as a financial file type which contains bank reconciliation data. Payroll Software is a payroll preparation software application created by Medlin Accounting for the purpose of managing payroll for a large number of employees.
REC files created with EpiData are classified as a various data file type which stores data and documents created with the EpiData software application. EpiData is a data entry application created by EpiData Software which is used for programmed data entry and data documentation for statistical analysis.
If the file extension REC is related to Easy CD Creator, the file is categorized as a backup file type which contains disk images of backed up data. Easy CD Creator is a CD/DVDsoftware application created by Roxio which provides tools for creating disk images of data that has been backed up for the purpose of restoration and recovery. Easy CD Creator is now known as Roxio Creator.
REC files which are associated with ARCserve are defined as a various data file type which stores protocols for data archiving. ARCserve Backup is a software application created by Computer Associates for the purpose of data protection across multiple hardware and software platforms.
If the file extension REC is part of ProMash, the file is categorized as a data file type that contains recipes for home brewers and micro brewers. ProMash is a software application which provides an interface for entering and storing brewing recipes as well as steps to be taken during the brewing process.
How to Open REC Files
Since REC 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. REC files can consist of different file types, so you may already have a program which will open the file.
If the file extension REC is defined as a recorded file, you can open the file using a variety of media applications. If you are using the Windows operating system, you can open REC files using MPEG Player, which is a multimedia media player that supports a variety of formats. MPEG Player is available for download on the Elecard website. VideoReDo is a video editing application which will open REC files in Windows as well and is available on theDRDwebsite.
For Mac OS X, REC recorded files can be opened using MPEG StreamClip, which is a video converter available as a free download on the Squared 5 website. You can also opt to use VLC Media Player, which is an open source media player available as a free download on the VideoLAN website. VLC Media Player also works with Windows and the Linux operating system as well.
REC files which are related to Payroll Software must be opened using the Medlin Payroll Software application. It is offered on the Medlin Software website and is designed for use with the Windows operating system.
REC files which belong to EpiData can be opened using the EpiData software application. EpiData is offered as a free download on the EpiData website and is designed for use with Windows, Mac OS X, and the Linux operating system.
If the file extension REC is part of Easy CD Creator, the file can be opened using Roxio Creator NXT Pro. Roxio Creator is available on the Roxio website and is compatible with the Windows operating system. For Mac OS X, you can use Roxio Toast 11 which is available on the same website as well.
REC files which are created with ARCserve can be opened using the CA ARCserve Backup software application. ARCserve Backup is available as a free trial download on the Computer Associates ARCserve website and is designed for use with the Windows operating system.
If the file extension REC is associated with ProMash, the file can be opened using the ProMash 1.8 software application. ProMash is offered on the ProMash website and is compatible with Windows, Mac OS X, and the Linux operating system.