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.VSP File Extension

File Type 1VideoStudio Project File

3.8 (30 Votes)
CategoryVideo Files

What is a VSP file?

A VSP file is a project created by Corel VideoStudio, a program used to create slideshows and movies. It contains video project data, including references to video, audio, and image files, and movie timeline settings and effects. VSP files are used to save and load movie projects.

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Screenshot of a .vsp file in Corel VideoStudio 2019

VSP file open in Corel VideoStudio 2019

VSP files are the main file type used by VideoStudio and can only be opened using VideoStudio. To open a VideoStudio VSP project file, follow these steps:

  1. Select File → Open Project....
  2. Navigate to the location of your VSP file and select the file.
  3. Click Open.

VideoStudio projects can be exported to a variety of video file types, including .AVI, .MOV, and .MTS files. They may also be burned to DVD or Blu-ray discs.

NOTE: VideoStudio, originally owned by Ulead, was acquired by Corel in 2006.

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Programs that open VSP files

Updated 5/15/2019

File Type 2Visual Studio Performance Report File

2.4 (8 Votes)
CategoryDeveloper Files

.VSP File Association 2

Developer file created by Visual Studio application development software; contains performance metrics gathered during an application test; helps developers identify bottlenecks so they can optimize performance.

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VSP files can be very large in file size. Therefore, developers sometimes save report summary files (.VSPS extension) from their VSP files so they can reduce the storage requirement. However, note that the VSPS file does not contain all of the data stored in a VSP file, since it contains a report summary.

NOTE: Visual Studio 2011 introduced the .VSPX format, which replaces the .VSP format.

Programs that open VSP files

Updated 11/16/2011

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