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.NPL File Extension

File Type 1Nokia Playlist File

3.5 (10 Votes)
CategoryData Files

What is an NPL file?

Playlist of media files created with Nokia Multimedia Player, a media playback program included in the Nokia PC Suite; may include references to audio and video files, as well as multimedia message files, but does not contain the actual referenced files themselves.

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To create a playlist with Nokia Multimedia Player, select File → Save playlist.

NOTE: Nokia Multimedia Player has been discontinued and is no longer available for download.

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Programs that open NPL files
Nokia Multimedia Player
Updated 10/10/2016

File Type 2Xilinx ISE 5-6 Project File

3.0 (6 Votes)
CategoryCAD Files

.NPL File Association 2

Project file created by versions 5 and 6 of ISE electronics design software; includes references to project source files as well as project properties; used for saving FPGA (Field-programmable Gate Array) design projects.

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NOTE: The NPL format is an older project format. Versions 7-10 of ISE software use the .ISE extension, and the .XISE format was introduced with ISE version 11. You can convert NPL files into XISE files in recent versions of the software. Select File → Open Project and choose your NPL file.

Programs that open NPL files
Updated 8/3/2011

File Type 3Cubase Library File

DeveloperSteinberg Media Technologies
3.3 (4 Votes)
CategoryAudio Files

.NPL File Association 3

Audio library created by Cubase and Nuendo digital audio workstation (DAW) applications; saves a standalone "pool" of audio clips that can be included in an audio project (.CPR file); used for saving and loading groups of audio clips.

Programs that open NPL files
Updated 8/3/2011

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