There are 4 file types use the .MDC file extension:
1. MidiCo Karaoke Audio File
Audio file created by MidiCo, a Mac program used for making karaoke music; supports imported audio from MIDI (.MID) and .MP3 formats; also supports multiple text tracks that allow independent synchronization on the music timeline; used for saving and loading karaoke projects.
MDC files can be exported to MP3 files when complete.
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Updated: July 20, 2013
2. Merkaartor Document
Street map project file created by Merkaartor, a free, cross-platform OpenStreetMap (OSM) editor; saved using XML formatting and contains a street map made up of roads, areas, points of interest (POIs), and annotations; used for saving street map projects.
Updated: March 22, 2011
3. Multi Dimension Cube File
Stores multi-dimensional "cube data" used by Cognos business analytics software; organizes information into various dimensions, which allows data to be retrieved and processed quickly and efficiently; also referred to as a PowerPlay cube.
Updated: January 8, 2007
4. Minolta Camera Raw Image
An MDC file is a camera raw image created by a Minolta digital camera such as the Minolta RD-175. It stores image data that the camera captured and then saved on the camera's storage device. Photographers often transfer MDC files to their computers for photo editing and then save the result to a format such as JPEG which can be shared.
MDC is not a common camera raw format. You will most likely only encounter an MDC file if you take photographs with the Minolta RD-175 camera or if you receive an MDC camera raw image from a friend or co-worker sharing an image captured with a Minolta camera.
There are several software programs, as well as software development kits, that support the MDC format. One software development kit that supports MDC is LibRaw.
Updated: March 11, 2020