.MIPROJECT File Extension

Mine-imator Project

Developer David Norgren
Popularity
3.2  |  6 Votes
Category Data Files
Format Text

What is a MIPROJECT file?

A MIPROJECT file is a Mine-imator animation project file. It contains references to the characters, items, terrain, and other assets used in a Mine-imator animation, as well as a record of that animation's timeline. MIPROJECT files replaced .MPROJ files in Mine-imator Version 1.1.

More Information
Screenshot of a .miproject file in Mine-imator
MIPROJECT file open in Mine-imator

Mine-imator is a program that allows players to create animated movies using Minecraft assets, including characters, items, textures, and terrain. Animators can then export their movies as .MP4, .MOV, or .WMV videos, so they can share them via YouTube and other online video platforms.

Whenever an animator creates a new Mine-imator animation, they also create a new, associated MIPROJECT file. While MIPROJECT files are primarily used to open animation projects in Mine-imator, the files are actually just text files, which contain references to the assets used and actions that occur within a movie, as well as other metadata.

How to open a MIPROJECT file

You can open MIPROJECT files in Mine-imator Version 1.1 and above (Windows) by selecting the Open project button that appears when you start the program or selecting the folder icon that appears in the program's menu bar.

If you are having trouble opening a MIPROJECT file in Mine-imator, or you want to examine the text contained within a MIPROJECT file, you can also open it using any text editor, such as Microsoft Notepad (Windows), Apple TextEdit (Mac), or GitHub Atom (cross-platform).

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

Programs that open MIPROJECT files

Windows
Mac
Linux
Updated September 29, 2020

Verified by FileInfo.com

The FileInfo.com team has independently researched the Mine-imator Project file format and Mac, Windows, and Linux 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.