📌 .XML serves as an ultimate standard for grouping of various data containers into corresponding elements and storage of exported and processed data in the form of hierarchical nodes. Typically, .XML (abbreviated from Extensible Markup Language) container is composed of a formatted dataset which is intended to be opened, applied and utilized by software program, web-application or a website afterwards. For clear comprehension and recognition of extension layout, the .XML files can be shortly described as text-based databases that permit to open and maintain the hierarchical makeup of the dataset for further transfer to spreadsheet, UI elements, reports and other types of electronic content.
Cinelerra Video Project
📌 In rare occasions, .XML objects can be associated with video projects made up by Cinelerra, a sophisticated video editor for Linux systems. This subtype of .XML container contains specific project data which includes an edit decision which is purposed to record all changes implemented within the current project, and stores the settings of the actual Cinelerra video project. This subtype of .XML data does not contain any actual media. However, its mission is to store a path to each particular media file, embedded into Cinelerra timeline.
How to open an .XML file?
📌 The extension is widely supported by multiple code editors and text processors with syntax highlighting, grouping of elements and filtering out the required nodes for further visual representation. You can open and extract the .XML contents in scope of any desktop or mobile operating platform, taking into account the prerequisites of your actual project. Using dedicated code editors, you may achieve tons of complementary features, which facilitate your interaction with the .XML format and make your working routines much easier and more transparent.