.CPR File Extension
- Developer by: Steinberg Media Technologies
- Category: Audio Files
- Format: Binary
What is an .CPR file?
.CPR is Cubase Project
Audio production project created by Cubase, a Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) application; stores project data such as audio and MIDI tracks, software instruments, audio effects, and mixer settings; also contains references to audio file assets.
CPR files are created by Cubase version 4 or later, as well as the Cubase LE and SX/SL editions.
NOTE: Cubase project files do not contain the actual audio files for the project. Therefore, if you copy or move a Cubase project, you must also transfer all referenced files as well.
File Type 2 Windows Phone Display Settings File
Display settings file used by Windows Phone (and Windows Mobile), an operating system for mobile devices; saves the layout of the settings panels and other panels in the Windows Phone interface; saved in an XML format and can be customized.
CPR files are saved to the \windows\ directory of the Windows Phone device's file system.
File Type 3 Adobe Captivate Preferences File
A CPR file is a preferences file created by Adobe Captivate, a screen recording application. It contains settings such as the output video quality and format and is saved in an XML format. CPR files are used for transferring preferences between projects.
File Type 4 CPC Plus Cartridge
Cartridge file created by NO$CART in order to emulate CPC games on 464plus computers using the CPC 6128 ROMs included in NO$CART; converted from a CPC disk image.
The CPC (Colour Personal Computer) was first developed by Amstrad in the mid-1980s. Later technological developments by Amstrad included the diskless 464plus computer and the GX4000 game console which used cartridges.
NO$CART converts the .DSK files used by the CPC computer into CPC Plus/GX 4000 cartridges. NO$CART.ROM (included in the NO$CART download) contains a copy of the CPC 6128 BIOS, BASIC, and AMSDOS ROMs that are copied to the first cartridge banks, and the disk image is then copied to the remaining cartridge banks. Using the original 6128 ROM allows the games to use any BIOS functions.
NOTE: Created to be accessed on diskless CPC 464plus computers.