.EBP File Extension
What is an EBP file?
An EBP file is a project file created in Express Burn, a disc-burning application developed by NCH Software. It contains an XML-formatted list of files that a user intends to burn to a disc. EBP files do not contain any component files; they contain only references to the files a user intends to burn to a disc.
Express Burn is a disc-burning software that allows users to store their audio, video, and other files on CDs, DVDs, or Blu-ray discs. As users assemble the list of files they want to burn to a disc, they can save that list as an Express Burn Project, or EBP file.
An EBP file consists of XML-formatted text that refers to the folders and files a user intends to burn to a disc. It does not, however, actually contain those files. So if, for example, a user were to move a video referenced in an EBP file before attempting to burn the video to a disc, Express Burn would fail to burn the video to the disc, because the video is no longer located in the referenced location.
How do I open an EBP file?
You can open an EBP file (Express Burn Project) and use it to burn files to a disc in Express Burn (Windows, Mac). To do so, open Express Burn and select File → Open Project from the program's menu bar. If you want to view an EBP file's contents outside Express Burn, you can open it in any text editor.