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.
File extension: MTV File type: Video The MTV file type is primarily associated with ‘MTV’. MTV is a file format created to allow video playback capabilities on inexpensive Chinese-made portable MP4 players without increasing the cost of those players with license royalties and more processor power. One use of this file format is in a product called the MP4 Watch. Primary association: MTV File classification: Video Identifying characters Hex: 41 4D 56 , ASCII: AMV
The DVD file extensions is a CloneCD DVD Information file that is used by CloneCD in the process of burning DVD data to a disc. These files are relatively small in size, but are required by the application to burn the data correct to a disc, along with the larger files as .000, .001 and .002.
An M2V video file is a MPEG-2 Video Only stream file used for authoring a DVD. There are several software applications that can open M2V files, but the most common is Windows Media Player.
The OGG video file, or simply OGV file is a video profile file that is often associated with Ogg Vorbis by Xiph.Org Foundation. It has been created as an open source standardized container format for streaming purposes. It can combine a multitude of open source codecs for video data and usually contains the Theora Codec and the Vorbis Codec. A large number of free and commercial media software open the OGV files.
Mime type: video/ogg
The SWF (pronounced “Swiff”) file format is a Shockwave Flash Movie used by Adobe Flash. It is used to show text, (vector) graphics, sound, browser-based games or interactive content ( written in the ActionScript language ) on the web. To be able to view this file on the web the user will need a web browser that has the Flash plugin installed. The SWF isn’t meant for editing only for playing or viewing because its the compiled version of the media. If you want to edit the content then edit the original .FLA instead.