Page layout file created with Adobe PageMaker, a program used for creating professional publications such as newsletters and brochures; contains formatted text, images, and drawn objects; can import images created in other Adobe programs.
PMD files are used by Adobe PageMaker 6 or later. They can also be opened by Adobe InDesign, the successor to PageMaker.
NOTE: Adobe InDesign CS6 or older will open PMD files, InDesign CC does not. Open the PMD file in the InDesign CS6 program or earlier, save it as an .INDD, and then open it in InDesign CC.
3D model used by MikuMikuDance (MMD), a dance animation program originally created in Japanese; contains a 3D mesh for a dancer that can be texturized and animated with the MikuMikuDance tools; used for storing different dancer models.
PMD files can be edited with the PMD Editor, as well as with some standard 3D modeling tools, such as Blender, Metesequoia, and Lightwave. However, note that each program requires an appropriate plugin, and the plugins are typically created in Japanese and are available from Japanese websites.
3D image file created by Poser Pro, a character modeling and animation program; saves morphs, or the altered positions, of a character in a binary format; used for saving gestures, movement states, and other character positions.
Spreadsheet file created by PlanMaker spreadsheet software; similar to an .XLS or .XLSX file used by Microsoft Excel; supports cell formatting, formulas, charts, and multiple sheets; saved in a proprietary format but can be converted to an XLS or XLSX file.