.LFPACKAGE File Extension

LumaFusion Project Package

Developer LumaTouch
3.0  |  1 Vote
Category Video Files
Format Zip

What is an LFPACKAGE file?

An LFPACKAGE file is a project package created by LumaFusion, a video editing program designed for iPad. It contains the project's timeline data and video, audio, and image assets. LFPACKAGE files are Zip archives, so if necessary, you can decompress them using any Zip-decompression utility.

More Information

LumaFusion is a multitrack video editor available for macOS and iOS. It allows you to import video, audio, and image files and splice those files together into polished movies, using timeline-based editing and effects. While LumaFusion is available for Mac and iPhone, it is meant to be used on iPads.

If you want to transfer a LumaFusion project between devices or share it with another user, you can do so by saving and sharing the project as an LFPACKAGE file. Each LFPACKAGE file contains all the data needed to load that project in LumaFusion, including a copy of any assets you've imported into the project and a record of the project's cuts, transitions, effects, and levels.

NOTE: LumaFusion previously saved project packages as .SPRYZIP files.

How to open an LFPACKAGE file

You can open an LFPACKAGE file in LumaFusion (Mac, iOS). After you do, LumaFusion will show the video editing project your LFPACKAGE file contains.

If you want to extract the assets an LFPACKAGE file contains, you can do so using any Zip-decompression utility, such as Apple Archive Utility (Mac) or 7-Zip (Windows). Before doing so, rename the file's extension from .lfpackage to .zip.

Open over 400 file formats with File Viewer Plus.Free Download

Programs that open LFPACKAGE files

All Platforms
Rename .lfpackage to .zip and decompress with any Zip-decompression utility
Updated February 16, 2022

Verified by FileInfo.com

The FileInfo.com team has independently researched the LumaFusion Project Package file format and Mac and iOS apps listed on this page. Our goal is 100% accuracy and we only publish information about file types that we have verified.

If you would like to suggest any additions or updates to this page, please let us know.