.MMM File Extension
File Type 1Music Maker Arrangement File
What is an MMM file?
An MMM file is an audio project created by MAGIX Music Maker, a digital audio workstation (DAW). It contains a multitrack arrangement, which includes instrumental loops, audio clips, transitions, and effects.
MMM files allow you to save, close, and reopen an arrangement project for further editing. When you are finished fine-tuning your arrangement, you can export your arrangement to several different audio formats, including .WAV, .MP3, .OGG, .WMA, and .MOV.
You can open an MMM file in Music Maker by selectingor by clicking the folder icon in the menu. You can save an MMM file in Music Maker by selecting or by clicking the floppy disk icon in the menu.
File Type 2MiraMon Maps File
.MMM File Association 2
Uncompressed maps file created with MiraMon, a Geographic Information Systems (GIS) program developed cooperatively by the Centre for Ecological Research and Forestry Applications (CREAF) and the University of Barcelona (UAB); contains graphical map data in both vector and raster formats; may also include attached documents or media files.
MiraMon Maps can be compressed into .MMZ files to make them easier to distribute. In order to access individual layers of the map file it must be viewed in the uncompressed format.
File Type 3Money Manager File
.MMM File Association 3
Data file introduced with version 7 of Money Manager, a personal and business finance application; stores financial data for bank accounts, orders, and transactions; used for tracking personal or company finances and can be used for generating reports in the software.
NOTE: Money Manager version 6 uses .MM6 files.
File Type 4Multiple Master Metric Data File
.MMM File Association 4
Resource file created for Multiple Master Fonts, which are Type 1 font programs that include two or more "master" fonts within a single font file; contains metric data referenced by .PFM and .PFB files in the Windows Environment; not meant to be manually opened.
The data held in MMM files determine the font axes, which represent the width, weight, and optical size of the font.
NOTE: Must be used with PFM and PFB font files.