SplitterZ does not support the generic Splits.io Exchange Format, so it cannot output runs in the standard format.
However, Splits.io has limited support for reading SplitterZ's proprietary format. These files use the extension
SplitterZ doesn't support the Splits.io Exchange Format, so it can't read most runs from Splits.io.
However, Splits.io can try to export runs in SplitterZ format. Look for the "SplitterZ" option when exporting a run from Splits.io.
You can request runs from the API in SplitterZ format using this header:
Runs returned in SplitterZ format include the header: