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.MVP File Extension

File Type 1MAGIX Video Project File

3.6 (13 Votes)
CategoryVideo Files

What is an MVP file?

An MVP file is a video project created by Movie Edit Pro (MEP) and Video Pro X, movie editing applications. It stores references to one or more .MVD movies, edits, effects, titles, and other project settings. MVP files are different from MVD files since MVD files only store single movies.

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Screenshot of a .mvp file in MAGIX Video Pro X

MVP file open in MAGIX Video Pro X

When you first save a project in Movie Edit Pro or Video Pro X the MVP file is created to store the contents of the project. You can begin a new project by selecting File → New project.... You can save the MVP file by selecting File → Save project.

The MVP file is the main file associated with the Movie Edit Pro and Video Pro X applications. It is used to compile multi-movie projects together for burning to DVDs or exporting to other formats, such as .MXV, .M2TS, .MPG, and .AVI.

The MVP file can also be used to save a backup of a project. Select File → Backup copy and choose how you would like to backup your project.

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Programs that open MVP files

Updated 2/22/2017

File Type 2MoviePlus Project File

3.4 (8 Votes)
CategoryVideo Files

.MVP File Association 2

Video project created by MoviePlus, a program used for creating and editing movies; saves the movie timeline, references to video and audio clips, effects, and any text overlays; can be burned to DVD and exported to common video file formats.

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Serif discontinued MoviePlus after it released version X6 in 2012.

Programs that open MVP files

Serif MoviePlus
Updated 7/22/2020

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