.DPL File Extension

2 file types use the .dpl file extension.

Delphi Package Library

Developer Embarcadero Technologies
3.6  |  10 Votes

What is a DPL file?

Dynamic-link library (DLL) used for building Delphi applications; contains components that can be shared across multiple projects.

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Programs that open DPL files


PotPlayer Playlist

Developer Kakau Corp.
2.0  |  1 Vote

A DPL file may also be a playlist created by Kakau PotPlayer, a free multimedia player for Windows. It contains a plain text list of one or more files, folders, and URLs that PotPlayer references to play back media, such as music or videos. PotPlayer users create playlists to organize audio and video they want to play back at certain times, whether relaxing at home, at a party, or during a presentation.

More Information

Screenshot of a .dpl file in Kakau PotPlayer 1.7
DPL file open in Kakau PotPlayer 1.7

To display the Playlist panel in PotPlayer, select PotPlayer → Playlist. Once opened, you can choose Add to add a file, folder, or URL to the playlist.

If you want to save the playlist as a DPL file, right-click the Playlist panel and select Playlist → Save playlist as. PotPlayer does not save actual audio or video data in the DPL file. Instead, it saves references to the locations of the files or folders (if you add a file or folder to the playlist).

How to open a DPL file

You can open DPL files with Kakau PotPlayer in Windows. To open a DPL file, right-click the Playlist panel and select Playlist → Open a playlist.

How to convert a DPL file

Kakau PotPlayer can convert DPL files to various file types (select Playlist → Save playlist as), including the following formats:

  • .PLS - Multimedia Playlist File
  • .M3U - M3U Media Playlist
  • .M3U8 - UTF-8 M3U Playlist
  • .ASX - Microsoft ASF Redirector File

Programs that open DPL files


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