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.DDP File Extension

File Type 1DreamPlan Home Design Project

DeveloperNCH Software
4.0 (2 Votes)
Category3D Image Files
FormatText and Binary

What is a DDP file?

A DDP file is a home design project file created in DreamPlan Home Design. It contains a 3D model that represents a home. DDP files can be opened only in DreamPlan Home Design.

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DDP file open in DreamPlan Home Design

DreamPlan Home Design is a multi-platform 3D modeling software that home designers use to create 3D representations of homes, including the homes' interiors and exteriors. Designers can lay out a home's floor plan, customize the home's interior, customize the home's exterior, model renovation projects, and even add landscaping features in DreamPlan Home Design.

When a designer saves their in-progress home design project, DreamPlan Home Design saves the project in a DDP file. Designers can also use a DDP file to export the 3D model they've created as an .OBJ or .STL file.

How do I open a DDP file?

You can open a DDP file (DreamPlan Home Design Project) in DreamPlan Home Design (Windows, Mac). To do so, open DreamPlan and select File → Load Project... from the program's menu bar.

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Programs that open DDP files

Updated 1/13/2021

File Type 2Delphi Diagram Portfolio File

DeveloperEmbarcadero Technologies
3.5 (2 Votes)
CategoryDeveloper Files

.DDP File Association 2

Developer file created by Delphi, an IDE often used for creating Windows programs; saves a pictorial representation of dependencies between software components being developed; created by the Diagram Editor that is included with Delphi versions 6 and 7.

Programs that open DDP files

Updated 10/9/2012

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