.FPR File Extension
File Type 1Audit Workbench Project
What is an FPR file?
An FPR file is a project used by HPE Security Fortify Static Code Analyzer (SCA), a suite of tools used by security professionals to scan enterprise software for security issues. It contains a project, which includes analysis results and settings such as the source code path and the build ID. FPR files are primarily created by the Audit Workbench tool available within the SCA suite.
Audit Workbench is a graphical user interface that complements the Static Code Analyzer program. It is used by developers for analyzing source code of software projects such as a Java project or Visual Studio Build Integration, and uncovering any security vulnerabilities. When you run a source code scan in Audit Workbench, the Static Code Analyzer program scans and analyzes code and produces results, which are then saved in the FPR project file by Audit Workbench.
Audit Workbench comes with a basic project template you can use to alter to fit your needs or you can create a new template from scratch. The program also comes with a guide wizard to refine scan results and filter issues to prepare for an audit.
NOTE: Audit Workbench was originally developed by Fortify Software, now known as Fortify, before being integrated into HP Enterprise Security Products.
File Type 2Humanize Preset File
.FPR File Association 2
An FPR file is a preset file used by FL Studio, a program used to compose, arrange, edit, and record music. It contains humanize presets for note properties in the Step Sequencer included with FL Studio.
FPR files are not created by FL Studio. However, the program comes with .FPR Humanize preset files, which are located in the following directory:
C:\Program Files\Image-Line\FL Studio [version]\Data\Patches\Humanizing Presets\
The presets in the FPR files can be viewed in FL Studio in the Step Sequencer window, which is a grid sequencer used to create drum loops and melodies. You can edit the FPR file presets using the Piano roll editor included with FL Studio.
Since FPR files store the presets as plain text value ranges, you can also create and manually edit FPR files using any text editor. You can create an FPR file from scratch or duplicate an existing FPR file, rename it, and modify the settings.
To edit an FPR file, open it with a text editor (you may have to change the .fpr extension to .txt). After you make your changes, change the extension back to .fpr in order to open it again with FL Studio.