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.STPROJ File Extension

2 file types use the .stproj file extension.

File Type 1Samsung Theme Document

DeveloperSamsung
Popularity
2.0 (2 Votes)
CategoryData Files
FormatXML

What is an STPROJ file?

Project file created by Samsung Theme Designer, a program that allows developers to create custom themes for various Samsung mobile devices; saves the visual layout of the theme and references to .PNG graphic files, which are used for the buttons, background, etc; can be exported to an .SMT theme file, which can then be uploaded to the mobile phone.

More Information

When you create a theme project, Samsung Theme Designer also creates a folder in the same directory as the STPROJ file called \ThemeData\. This directory stores the PNG graphics for the theme when you import them into the project.

NOTE: STPROJ files are saved using XML formatting.

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Programs that open STPROJ files
Updated 7/18/2011

File Type 2iAd Producer Project

DeveloperApple
Popularity
2.0 (1 Vote)
CategoryCompressed Files
FormatN/A

.STPROJ File Association 2

Project used by iAd Producer, an application used to create rich interactive advertisements for iOS; contains assets, code, banners, layers, metadata, pages, styles, and user data.

More Information

iAd Producer allows you to create content content for different iPhone and iPad screen sizes. You can also add text, images, video, and audio and apply animations and styles to different objects in your content. iAd Producer was introduced by Apple in 2010.

NOTE: The .IADPROJ extension is more commonly used than the STPROJ extension to store projects.

Programs that open STPROJ files
Updated 12/28/2015

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