View Full Version : About descompressing the Transzendent .LZH files!
13th May 2002, 07:29 PM
Well, I knew you MoRpH could be the 1st. member to read this post ;) cuz I saw your post about this matter on the Transzendent BBS some time ago. So do you have any answer or solution right now?
I?ve been testing the old version of TZT you can download on the Audiovisualizers site (the .zip old version) and I think it is a very powerful, intuitive and easy to use VJ program, probably one of the best and that?s the reason to look around for any updates (Hard to find) http://www5d.biglobe.ne.jp/%7Ea-tros/tzt/ but only to face with the descompressing problem.
Is anyone of you having the same problems? Any solutions?... well your help will be appreciated. :nod:
13th May 2002, 10:17 PM
Try Lhasa, available from
(bottom of page)
You'll have to run this from the command line, typing lhasa followed by the name of the .lzh file. A window should then pop up, where you can specify where to extract the files to.
14th May 2002, 02:08 AM
hmmmm well all the apps that I have downloaded haven't worked (all the ones claiming extract LZH anyway).
Yeah its a good prog, might give this link ago and see if it works..... but I'm not a big fan of commandlines :(
14th May 2002, 02:40 AM
I should have said, I tried Lhasa before I posted (after the other unzippers failed), and got transzendent running, so hold your nose and fire up that DOS prompt. :)
15th May 2002, 09:50 PM
Thanks a lot Pete!!! :)
Answers & Solutions like yours is what make sense to my signature and the Forum philosophy. Thanks again!:yep:
28th August 2002, 04:43 PM
Just came back to this thread, got the new version of the LZH unzipper and its no longer command line :)
28th August 2002, 05:10 PM
Just checked out the new version of Tranzendent.... and all I can say it WOW!!!!! this software has really matured..... now I just have to test it with my scanny and I might have a new primary software :)
27th May 2003, 02:22 PM
I just came across a file with a LZH extention. Tried opening it and I was unable to, so went looking to see if I could find what the extention was and I've yet to find an english site or japanese site that explains it.
So I was hoping to come across someone who could give me a quick run down of what it is and then direct me to some place where I can get something to open this file.
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