What is .LZH ??

Discussion in 'General Sequencing' started by Ralph'e', Oct 23, 2002.

  1. Ralph'e'

    Ralph'e' www.ralphe.tk

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    most japanese sites has these files.. wat r they??
  2. KingXII

    KingXII S MOD

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    i'm thinking a file found on a lazerdisc, i donno, it might be used for karaoke if you have a vcd, lazer disc karakoke machine.

    I'm just guessing here.
  3. Nyxan

    Nyxan It wont hurt for long Staff Member Moderator

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    I think you'll find there a kind of archive or zip file but I'm not shure
  4. Ralph'e'

    Ralph'e' www.ralphe.tk

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    sux.. anyway of turning them into GM or XG? coz i found this japanese with HEAPS of cool MIDIs! but they are all LZH!! sux~
  5. midiaxe

    midiaxe New Member

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    I think *.lzh files are compressed files just like *.zip *.rar files. If you can send me a lzh file, I can try opening it with the Archive software.

    -MX
  6. vidpro1

    vidpro1 New Member

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    .lzh files

    You could either use the lhaarc DOS program or just get WINRAR that handles .lzh extensions also.

    VP1
  7. lostdave

    lostdave 'EVIL' Mod

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    another one is stuffit expander...will open jsut about any archive...adds an extension to your right click menu's..

    LZH is a very very very old archiving standard...it's compresion rate wasn't that good.

    still a few files around though.

    Dave
  8. richarnd

    richarnd New Member

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    LZH are files compressed with Lharc. I think WinRAR can handle them, along with most other formats..

    www.winrar.com

    -nr

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