The first 32 bytes of the file contain an ASCII signature that begins with "
C64". Unfortunately, there are several variants of it, such as "
C64S tape file", "
C64S tape image file", and "
C64 tape image file".
At offset 32 is a version number that should be either
0x00 0x01 or
- DirMaster (Windows binary) can read T64 files
- cbmconvert (
- fvcbm can list the contents of T64 files