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What is the best converter used for converting mat format to m file format.

It appears that mat to m conversion is related to MatLAB, considering both files are used in that program. Your best option to learn about how to best convert mat to m would be to consult various Matlab forums and other community websites.

Updated: May 23, 2018

Unfortunately, there is no detailed software record in the database for this conversion.

 

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MAT

Files with mat extension can mainly be found as table shortcuts for Microsoft Access databases. These are used to quickly access a table within the database.

Files with mat extension can be sometimes found as scripts with 3D pose data used in renders in Poser 3D modeling software.

Files with mat suffix may also be found as part of Freelancer computer game. These are game model textures.

Files with MAT extension might also be found as material properties files from Pro/ENGINEER.

Files with mat extension can be also encountered as data files from CRiSP Harvest for Windows.

M

Files with m file extension can be also found as source files or scripts written and saved in the Objective-C programming language.

Files with m file extension are used by MatLab programming language and environment. An m file stores function, command, or script.

An .m file extension is associated with the vertex data format used by 3ds Max.

Files with m extension are used by the BRIEF program. It is an obsolete project, and probably no more used.

Files with m file extension are related to the DS photo for Android app. An m file contains cache.

 

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