.INP File Extension
- Developer by: Concept Software
- Category: Page Layout Files
- Format: Binary
What is an .INP file?
.INP is Urdu InPage Document
An INP file is a document created by Urdu InPage, a multilingual publishing application for the Urdu, Arabic, Persian, and English languages. It contains text saved in the Noorinastaliq font, which displays Urdu in nastaliq script. INP files also support standard page layout formatting.
Since the INP file is not widely supported you may need to export it as an .EPS file in InPage in order to share the file. However, the file will most likely be large in size, which may make it more difficult to share via email.
Programs that open Urdu InPage Document
|Concept Software Urdu InPage|
File Type 2 Abaqus Input File
Developer by: Dassault Systemes Category: Data Files
Input file used by Abaqus engineering simulation and analysis software; saves input data for a job, which can produce output visualizations and other data.
Programs that open Abaqus Input File
File Type 3 Sony Camcorder Image Management File
Developer by: Sony Category: Video Files
Management file created for some Sony digital camcorders; holds metadata about recorded videos and images; located in the AVF_INFO folder along with .BNP and .INT files; should not be modified.
If this file is deleted, you will not be able to record or play back video or images correctly. INP files are defaulted as hidden files and usually not displayed.
Programs that open Sony Camcorder Image Management File
|Sony Picture Motion Browser|
File Type 4 gretl Script File
Category: Data Files Format: Text
Script file created and used by gretl, an open source econometrics program; contains a command that tells gretl to perform an action, such as tests or calculations on economic data.
You can open the INP script file in gretl by selecting
NOTE: The INP file is created and overwritten whenever you start a new session.
Programs that open gretl Script File
File Type 5 MAME Replay File
Developer by: The MAME Team Category: Game Files Format: Binary
Game replay file created by a MAME arcade emulator; stores the replay using a proprietary MAME compressed format, which allows the file to be smaller in size than a video recorded equivalent; used for playing back recorded games and sharing them online.
Programs that open MAME Replay File