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.MEPX File Extension

File TypeMovavi Video Editor Project

DeveloperMovavi
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CategoryVideo Files
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What is a MEPX file?

A MEPX file is a Movavi Video Editor Project. It organizes and links to the media files included in a Movavi video project. MEPX files can be exported from Movavi Video Editor as .MP4, .AVI, .MOV, and other types of files, for use with media players and other devices.

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Screenshot of a .mepx file in Movavi Video Editor

MEPX file open in Movavi Video Editor

Movavi Video Editor and its siblings, including Video Editor Plus and Slideshow Maker, are part of a suite of video editing software published by Movavi. Each of these applications stores video projects using the MEPX file format.

When you open a MEPX file in Movavi Video Editor, the project appears as a series of media files stacked within a timeline. You can manipulate the media contained within the project, add additional media, and add transitions or other effects before eventually exporting your project as a video file.

NOTE: If you move or do not have access to a file that a Movavi Video Editor Project references, Movavi will notify you that it cannot locate the missing file as you open your project. If you have access to the file, you can specify its new location, allowing the project to open as intended.

How do I open a MEPX file?

MEPX files can be opened only using Movavi Video Editor or another Movavi video editing application. To open a MEPX file in Movavi Video Editor, select File → Open Project... from the program's menu bar. Then, locate and open your MEPX file.

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Programs that open MEPX files

Windows
Updated 8/11/2020

About MEPX Files

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