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File Type 1Gameplay Multifile

DeveloperPanda3D
Popularity
4.3 (97 Votes) Thanks for voting!
Rare Uncommon Average Common Very Common
CategoryGame Files
FormatN/A

Unknown

File format categories include Binary, Text, XML, and Zip. The format of this file type has not been determined.

Definition

Multi-packaged file used by Panda3D programs, Panda3D is a free 3D game engine used to render and develop games; MF files contain gameplay data such as sound effects, texture, and models.

More Information

Games that use this file include: Disney's "Pirates of the Caribbean Online" and Autumn Moon Entertainment/Crimson Cow's "A Vampyre Story." Panda3D is developed by Carnegie Mellon University.

Programs that open MF files
Windows
Panda3D
Mac
Panda3D
Linux
Panda3D
Updated 7/25/2013

File Type 2Java Manifest File

DeveloperSun Microsystems
Popularity
4.1 (24 Votes) Thanks for voting!
Rare Uncommon Average Common Very Common
CategoryDeveloper Files
FormatN/A

Unknown

File format categories include Binary, Text, XML, and Zip. The format of this file type has not been determined.

Definition

Contains information about file packages in a Java archive (.JAR file); includes metadata about the archive such as what files it contains and what they are used for; included within the JAR file itself.

More Information

Manifest files have the default pathname "META-INF/MANIFEST.MF" and are saved along with the JAR file. The default manifest file can be modified with a basic text editor.

Programs that open MF files
Windows
Any text editor
Mac
Any text editor
Linux
Any text editor
Updated 3/27/2008

File Type 3METAFONT File

DeveloperDonald Knuth
Popularity
3.9 (9 Votes) Thanks for voting!
Rare Uncommon Average Common Very Common
CategoryFont Files
FormatN/A

Unknown

File format categories include Binary, Text, XML, and Zip. The format of this file type has not been determined.

Definition

Font file most commonly used by TeX and LaTeX typesetting systems; stores a font in a format that uses equations and fills to represent glyphs, rather than the outlining method used by TrueType and other fonts; requires a separate .TFM font metrics file to be typeset in a TeX document.

Programs that open MF files
Windows
MikTeX
TeXworks
Mac
TeXworks
Updated 8/9/2011