.MMP File Extension
- Developer by: Nokia
- Category: Settings Files
- Format: Text
What are .MMP files and how to open them?Can't open .MMP file? Are you wondering what it contains? On our site we will explain to you what this file is, what it is used for and what software opens the .MMP file.
What is a .MMP file extension?
.MMP file extension is created by Nokia. .MMP has been classified as Settings Files. The format of .MMP file is Text.
.MMP is Symbian Project Specification File
Project file used by Symbian OS development tools; contains project properties used to build the project regardless of the platform or compiler being used; used by the Symbian SDK's makmake or abld tools to convert the file into a makefile for a specific platform.
MMP files may contain references to targets, source code files to be compiled, include directories, and application resources.
NOTE: Nokia Symbian SDK is no longer available.
File Type 2 Master Album Maker Project
Master Album Maker project file, which includes the album structure, text, effects, and links to all the pictures and audio files referenced by the album
File Type 3 MixMeister Playlist
Playlist of songs for MixMeister DJ mixing software; contains references to the songs, but not the actual songs themselves
File Type 4 MindManager Mind Map
Data file created by MindManager, an application used for developing and organizing ideas visually; created by the Windows version of MindManager and cannot be opened on Mac versions of the software.
File Type 5 LMMS Project File
Project created by LMMS (Linux MultiMedia Studio), a music creation program; contains LMMS project data such as track edits, tempo, pitch, volume, and included instrument types; can be exported as .WAV and .OGG audio files.
To create the MMP file, click the save icon in the top-left of the application or select, name your project, choose the save location, and click .
To open the MMP file, you can simply double-click the file. You can also open the project inside of the application, select, navigate to your file, select it, and click .
NOTE: LMMS replaced the MMP file extension with the .MMPZ extension.