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.MP File Extension

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File Type 1LaTeX MetaPost File

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CategoryVector Image Files
FormatBinary

Binary

This file is saved in a binary format, which requires a specific program to read its contents.

Definition

File used by MetaPost, a graphics-drawing language used for creating pictures in Encapsulated PostScript (.EPS) files and LaTeX documents (.TEX and .LTX files); may contain basic drawing statements or more advanced instructions for algorithmic drawing.

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The MetaPost system is often used for drawing diagrams in technical documents and academic journal papers. Since supports the automatic generation of formatted images in documents, it is commonly used for graphing data results as illustrations and figures in papers.

NOTE: MetaPost is based off of the Metafont technology, which was created by Donald Knuth.

Program(s) that open .MP files
Microsoft Windows LogoWindows
Texmaker
MetaPost Editor and Previewer
MetaGraf
Mac OS X LogoMac OS
Texmaker
MetaPost Editor and Previewer
Linux LogoLinux
Texmaker
MetaPost Editor and Previewer
MetaGraf
Updated 2/16/2011

File Type 2Maya PLE Project File

DeveloperAutodesk
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Category3D Image Files
FormatN/A

Unknown

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

Definition

Project created with Maya Personal Learning Edition (PLE), a 3D modeling program developed for non-commercial use; similar to a .MA file, but saved in a non-commercial format with an identifying watermark.

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NOTE: MP files can be opened with Maya PLE, but cannot be opened with the commercial version of Maya.

Program(s) that open .MP files
Microsoft Windows LogoWindows
Autodesk Maya PLE
Mac OS X LogoMac OS
Autodesk Maya PLE
Updated 3/19/2008