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Convert Corel VideoStudio Pro project to MPEG movie.

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Corel VideoStudio Pro allows users to export their video projects (.vsp) to a video file in one of the several available common formats - including the MPG/MPEG. This can be done through the Share tab, via the Create Video File function and selecting MPEG as output, which will essentially achieve vsp to mpeg conversion.

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Corel VideoStudio Pro

A video editing software package

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Convert from vsp file

Yes, Corel VideoStudio Pro supports vsp file conversion as a source file type.YesYesvsp editorYesNoNoNo

to mpeg file


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Additional links: Open vsp file, Open mpeg file


Files with vsp extension are mainly used for video project project format saved originally in Ulead VideoStudio and its successor Corel VideoStudio Pro programs.


An mpeg file extension is related to the MPEG-1 video file format developed by Moving Pictures Experts Group that are used for Video-CD and CD-i media.


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