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Opening CPR files

Have a problem opening a .CPR file? We collect information about file formats and can explain what CPR files are. Additionally we recommend software suitable for opening or converting such files.

What is the .CPR file type?

CPR files are commonly associated with Cubase, a Digital Audio Workstation application developed by Steinberg Media Technologies. This software is used for creating, recording, editing and mixing audio and MIDI tracks on Windows and Macintosh machines.

CPR project files created by Cubase contain a list of specifications for a related audio file. They include information concerning various mixer settings, sound effects and instruments stored in the application's library and used to create the sound track.



The CPR file extension can be also attributed to project files created within the freeware ConTEXT text and source code editor designed for Windows platform. It offers built-in syntax highlighting for most common programming languages such as C/C++, Java, Perl/CGI, Visual Basic, etc. A .cpr file is created when a programmer writes/edits a code and saves the work as a project.


Files with the .cpr extension can also represent Corel Presents presentation files. Similar to Microsoft PowerPoint, Corel Presents enables users to create animated slide shows and presentations to clarify or reinforce some information for viewers. The application generates a .cpr file when a user starts making a presentation in Corel Presents.

Software to open or convert CPR files

You can open CPR files with the following programs:
Steinberg Cubase LE AI Elements
Steinberg Cubase LE AI Elements by Steinberg Media Technologies GmbH
 
Steinberg Cubase
Steinberg Cubase by Steinberg Media Technologies GmbH
 


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