.MCF File Extension

.MCF File Extension

File Type 1

Watchtower Library Font File

Developer Watchtower Bible and Tract Society
Popularity
2.0  |  10 Votes
Category Font Files
Format N/A

What is an MCF file?

File used by Watchtower Library, a program that allows users to browse a library of information provided by Jehovah's Witnesses; contains imported definitions for information such as fonts and languages.

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Programs that open MCF files

Windows
Watchtower Library
Mac
Watchtower Library for Mac
Linux
Watchtower Library
Updated December 22, 2009
File Type 2

MARS Component File

Developer Euclid Labs
Popularity
4.3  |  3 Votes
Category Data Files
Format Zip

What is an MCF file?

An MCF file is a MARS component file, which will be used by Euclid Labs MARS. Euclid Labs plans to release MARS in early 2021.

Programs that open MCF files

Windows
Cannot be opened
Mac
Cannot be opened
Linux
Cannot be opened
Updated September 25, 2020
File Type 3

MasterCook 2 Cookbook File

Developer ValuSoft
Popularity
1.2  |  5 Votes
Category Misc Files
Format Binary

What is an MCF file?

File saved by MasterCook versions 2, 3, and 4, a program used store and manage recipes; contains cookbook data such as ingredients, directions, and other cooking information; used to save and load all recipes.

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MCF files can be converted into .MC2 files using MasterCook versions 5 and 6.

Programs that open MCF files

Windows
Updated April 16, 2010
File Type 4

TMPGEnc Video Encoding Template

Developer PEGASYS
Popularity
2.0  |  2 Votes
Category Settings Files
Format Text

What is an MCF file?

An MCF file is a template file used by PEGASYS TMPGEnc, a discontinued video conversion application. It contains settings that TMPGEnc uses to convert videos from one format to another. TMPGEnc includes a default set of MCF files, and users can create their own MCF files.

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Screenshot of a .mcf file in PEGASYS TMPGEnc
MCF file open in PEGASYS TMPGEnc

PEGASYS TMPGEnc was a video encoding tool that could be used to convert videos to the MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 formats. The program included a number of encoding presets that users could select from to apply different settings to converted videos. These presets were saved as MCF files.

Advanced TMPGEnc users could also create their own MCF files and use them as custom presets. To add a custom MCF file as a new template, users placed the file in TMPGEnc's Template directory, typically located at C:/Program Files/Pegasys Inc/TMPGEnc #.#/Template. Users could also create custom MCF files directly in TMPGEnc, by adjusting a default template and clicking the Save button that appeared on the program's lower right-hand side.

How do I open an MCF file?

If you want to use an MCF file as a TMPGEnc template, place it in the program's Template directory. The template your MCF file contains will then appear in TMPGEnc's template selection menu, accessible from the app's Load button.

If necessary, you can edit custom MCF templates' settings outside of TMPGEnc. (TMPGEnc's default MCF files are read-only.) To do so, open your custom MCF file in any text editor, such as:

Programs that open MCF files

Windows
Mac
Included with OS
Linux
Chrome OS
Included with OS
Updated June 10, 2021

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