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ODA files: what are they and how do I open them?

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.oda file type #1: CALS Group IV type 2 raster image

An oda file suffix is related to the CALS Group IV type 2 raster image format.

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The oda file extension is associated with the CALS Group IV type 2 raster image file format.

CALS files are used for document imaging and therefore only store black-and-white, 1-bit image data.

CALS Type I files only store a single image per file and the data is always compressed using the CCITT Group 4 encoding algorithm.

CALS Type II files may stored multiple images per file, the image data may be tiled, and tiles stored as raw data or as data compressed using CCITT Group 4 encoding.

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.oda file type #2: Sony AIBO audio voice

An oda file extension is related to the AIBO (Artificial Intelligence roBOt) from SONY. An oda file contains audio data.

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The oda file extension is associated with the AIBO (Artificial Intelligence roBOt) one of several types of robotic pets designed and manufactured by Sony.

The oda file stores audio voice that can be imported to AIBO.

AIBO project was discontinued in 2006.

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