.MMP File Extension

Master Album Maker Project

Developer N/A
Popularity
3.8  |  9 Votes
 

What is an MMP file?

Master Album Maker project file, which includes the album structure, text, effects, and links to all the pictures and audio files referenced by the album

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Programs that open MMP files

Windows
Intrepid Mouse Master Album Maker

MixMeister Playlist

Developer inMusic Brands
Popularity
3.3  |  9 Votes
 

An MMP file may also be a playlist created by MixMeister Fusion, a live DJing application. It contains a list of the songs a DJ added to a MixMeister Fusion playlist. Notably, MMP files do not actually contain the songs included in the playlist. Instead, they contain references to those songs' locations and filenames.

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DJs use MixMeister Fusion (and other MixMeister software) to create professional-level mixes, using imported audio and various mixing effects. Prior to a performance, a DJ can create a preset playlist of songs they plan to play during that performance. They can then save and load this playlist as an MMP file.

However, MMP files are not audio files, and they do not actually contain a copy of the songs a DJ added to a playlist. Instead, they contain references that allow MixMeister Fusion to load songs from wherever they reside on a DJ's computer. Thus, if a DJ moves a song they added to a MixMeister playlist, MixMeister will not be able to play that song as part of the playlist.

How to open an MMP file

You can open an MMP file with MixMeister Fusion (Windows, Mac), to play or edit the playlist it contains. (If you've moved any of the songs your MMP file references, MixMeister Fusion will likely have issues opening your MMP file.)

How to convert an MMP file

You can use MixMeister Fusion to export all the songs an MMP file references, as well as any mixing effects applied to those songs, as .WAV, .MP3, or .WMA files. To do so, open your MMP file and select File → Export Playlist to file....

Programs that open MMP files

Symbian Project Specification File

Developer Nokia
Popularity
2.9  |  10 Votes
 

Project file used by Symbian OS development tools; contains project properties used to build the project regardless of the platform or compiler being used; used by the Symbian SDK's makmake or abld tools to convert the file into a makefile for a specific platform.

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MMP files may contain references to targets, source code files to be compiled, include directories, and application resources.

NOTE: Nokia Symbian SDK is no longer available.

Programs that open or reference MMP files

Windows
Nokia Symbian SDK

LMMS Project File

Developer LMMS
Popularity
3.3  |  3 Votes
 

Project created by LMMS (Linux MultiMedia Studio), a music creation program; contains LMMS project data such as track edits, tempo, pitch, volume, and included instrument types; can be exported as .WAV and .OGG audio files.

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To create the MMP file, click the save icon in the top-left of the application or select Project → Save or Save As..., name your project, choose the save location, and click Save.

To open the MMP file, you can simply double-click the file. You can also open the project inside of the application, select Project → Open..., navigate to your file, select it, and click Open.

NOTE: LMMS replaced the MMP file extension with the .MMPZ extension.

Programs that open MMP files

Windows
Free
Mac
Free
Linux
Free

MindManager Mind Map

Developer Mindjet
Popularity
3.0  |  3 Votes
 

Data file created by MindManager, an application used for developing and organizing ideas visually; created by the Windows version of MindManager and cannot be opened on Mac versions of the software.

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Mindjet replaced MMP files with .MMAP files.

Programs that open MMP files

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MovieMator Video Editor Pro Project

Developer EffectMatrix
Popularity
3.5  |  2 Votes
 

An MMP file may also be a video editing project created in EffectMatrix MovieMator Video Editor Pro, a video editing program available for Windows and macOS. It contains XML-formatted text used to load a project in MovieMator Video Editor Pro. MMP files can be used to create .MP4, .FLV, .AVI, and .MOV videos.

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MovieMator Video Editor Pro is a video editing program that amateur video editors can use to create edited videos. The application allows editors to import video and audio clips, edit clips and splice them together along Video Editor Pro's timeline, and add images, animations, and other visual effects to their videos.

When an editor saves a MovieMator Video Editor Pro video editing project, the project is saved as an MMP file. Though MMP files are used to open projects in MovieMator Video Editor Pro, they do not contain any video, audio, or image assets. Instead, MMP files contain XML-formatted text that MovieMator Video Editor Pro "reads" to load video editing projects.

Most notably, MMP files contain references to the locations at which the video, audio, and image assets used in a project are stored. If an editor moves an asset from the location referenced in their MMP file, the file will not load correctly in MovieMator Video Editor Pro.

After an editor finishes editing their video, they can export it as an MP4, FLV, AVI, MOV, or other type of video file. Editors can either manually select the type of video file they want to export their video as, or they can select the device or website their video is intended to be used with. If an editor selects a device or website, MovieMator Video Editor Pro will export the editor's video in a format optimized for that device or website.

How to open an MMP file

You can open an MMP file (MovieMator Video Editor Pro Project) in MovieMator Video Editor Pro (Windows, Mac). To do so, select File → Open File... from the program's menu bar.

Programs that open MMP files

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