The RPL file type is used for video files that are associated with ARMovie, found on Acorn RISC computer systems. Another use for the RPL file format is as a replay of a match performed in Toribash, a 3D fighting game where players design the fighters’ moves; saved in a high-quality MPEG format that can be viewed on multiple platforms.
A ROQ file format is used for full motion video formats, developed by The 11th Hour by Graeme Devine. It can be found as the FMV format for the video game Quake III: Arena and Doom 3. It stores a user’s gamplay in a vidoe format that can be played back.
The MJ2 format, short for Motion JPEG 2000 contains a motion sequence of JPEG 2000 images. Instead of inter-frame coding each frame, it encodes each frame independently using a JPEG 2000 compression. Several digitale cameras, that allow for the capturing of videos, produce MJ2 files and the MJ2 format can also be found in medical and satellite imagery.
The DIRAC file extension is a royalty-free video compression format that has been developed by BBC Research, named after the dirac-research. The DIRAC format aims to provide the user with high-quality video compression that can be used on Ultra HDTV and competes with other formats as H.264 and VC-1.
The 4XM file extension is used on files that transport video data that have been compressed with the 4XM video codec, developed by 4X Technologies. Besides the video data, it can also transport audio data and multiple audio language tracks. The 4XM technology is often used in computer and console games.
The DIV file type is a project file that has been created using DIVA-GIS. DIVA-GIS is a mapping and geographic data analysis application that enables the user to view a map image with layers of objects and properties on it, besides storing parameters that include information about the map. Note: The DIV file does not include layers, these are stored in separate files.
The M1V extension belongs to a MPEG-1 Video file that is created by the Moving Pictures Experts Group video.
The MVV file extension is associated with the AVS Media Player an audio and video playback software for Microsoft Windows operating system. The .mvv file stores video data in MPEG lossy compression video format.
WMV stands for Windows Media File. It is a file format / video codec created by Microsoft to play audio / video files on Windows. To play this file on a Window you require Windows Media Player ( version 8+ ) or another video player that supports WMV. In contrary to popular formats like AVI and MPEG the controversial DRM can be applied to WMV.
The 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) is a project that is developed to enable the delivery and playback of multimedia files over a high-speed, wireless network. The 3GPP is a multimedia file that is based on the MPEG-4 standard that has been derived from Apple’s QuickTime. The 3GPP project seeks to provide the amsses with the delivery of multimedia files to the latest wireless devices such as mobile phones.