What does (MLP) mean?
Meridian Lossless Packing (MLP) is a lossless compression technology used for Pulse Code Modulation (PCM). Audio compression is the primary technology used in DVD-Audio content, often advertised through the “Advanced Resolution” logo. This is a proprietary format developed by Meridian Audio, Ltd. to provide 1.5:1 compression for most audio content. All DVD-Audio players must have MLP decoding capabilities, while DVD-Audio disc products have MLP compression only at the discretion of their manufacturer.
How to open MLP (Meridian Lossless Packing) file?
How to open in Windows?
- Clicking the MLP with the right mouse button will bring a menu from which you should select the Open with option
- Click Choose another app and then select the More apps option.
- Finally, select Look for another app on this…, point to the folder where the VLC media player is installed, check the Always use this app to open MLP files box, and confirm your selection by clicking the OK button
How to open in Mac OS?
- By clicking the right mouse button on the selected MLP file open the file menu and choose Information
- Find the Open with option-click the title if it’s hidden
- Select the appropriate software and save the settings by clicking Change all
- A message window should appear informing us that This change will be applied to all files with MLP extension.
- By pressing Forward you confirm your choice.
Make sure the MLP (Meridian Lossless Packing) is not defective
- MLP may be infected with malware – be sure to check it with an antivirus.
- Check if the file is corrupted
- Check if your account has administrative rights
- Make sure your device meets the requirements to be able to open the VLC media player
- Make sure your operating system and drivers are up to date
MLP filename suffix is mainly used for Meridian Lossless Packing Audio Format files. MLP file format, along with #NUMEXTENSIONS# other file formats, belongs to the Audio Files category.
MLP file format is compatible with software that can be installed on Linux, Mac OS, and Windows system platforms. The most popular program for processing MLP files is the VLC media player, but users can choose from 2 different programs that support this file format.
On the official website of the VideoLAN Project Team developer, you will find not only detailed information about the VLC media player software but also about MLP and other supported file formats.