mp4 file extension

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Hi,
How can I convert a movie with this extension to avi or directli to dvd? Is there any special program for that? reply

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hey man vlc tops every shit.u can abso-fukin-lutly open any video extension thing with it... n if it dun open its a corrupt file thats not fully loaded ,reload or just discard it ,very simple!! reply

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Sorry man,

I’m in the same situation, I’ve tried almost everything to selv this problem, but I tired already.
There are some possibilities to convert it to avi (horrible quality!!!) and i know that quick time can play it but only without subtitle. If it helps you, let me give an advice: throw it in the bin and try to search for the same file in another extension. reply

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When I use VLC player i open the file that i want to play... and it like loads for a sec then nothing comes up. And I pressed Play lots of time but no dice D: reply

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hey i used Nero Showtime to play mp4 files it works fine.. reply

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Total Video Converter maybe can help you to play and convert
http://www.effectmatrix.com reply

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There is a new mpeg4 kid on the block and it is Nero digital Mpeg 4. Most players won’t play it without a firmware upgrade. At present there are only two players that have it. RJtech and Xoro. Xoro is a german make and not sold in North America, RJTECH is. Go to www.nerodigital.com for their mpeg4 information, and rjtech.com for theirs.

Hope this helps. reply

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Try VLC player - the best player for all formats - there’s a link on www.freewebs.com/welkor

...or i guess search in google. reply

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..oops for got to say...there’s been an update...maybe get that if you don;t have it? sorry..I is new to forums. 8( reply

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thank u guys.

u all definately rock.

installed VLC player and life is gud again.

thanx a lot. reply

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I Hav A ?............How Do I Use mp4 video files that i save from my psp web browser? and veiw it on the psp without transfering it from the computer? reply

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Thaks for the suggestions, i use Vlan but the only drawback is that it does not have plugins for ATIs remote wonder. reply

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useful thread :) missing some links to good mp4 sites.... anyone wanna share? ill share one of my bookmarks..

http://www.mp4videos.org reply

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Had the same problem, and vlc solved. What a great piece of software!

Thanks everyone! reply

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It does work. VLC it’s working. After i tried all kind of codecs and players I read your comment and decided to download the latest version of VLC. without no other codecs: no ace mega, no xvid, no nothing, VLC solved my problem. Have fun. reply

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this is kind of the opposite of wat u guys r talkin about but i got a PSP last week and it can only take mp4 files but none of my files will work on it...i cant even get them on to it it just says “C:/...../........../...../...wmv is not a compatible file with the folder you have selected. This folder is for VIDEO”.

i dont know how to change it to make it an mp4. any help is appreciated.

thx, Tilt reply

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this is kind of the opposite of wat u guys r talkin about but i got a PSP last week and it can only take mp4 files but none of my files will work on it...i cant even get them on to it it just says “C:/...../........../...../...wmv is not a compatible file with the folder you have selected. This folder is for VIDEO”.

i dont know how to change it to make it an mp4. any help is appreciated.

thx, Tilt reply

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VLC is the only player that’s worked with the mp4 file extention for me. No probs. Just downloaded the Winamp extention too, cos its my favourite of the media players. I’m also interested in converting mp4 to DVD or VCD if anyone can help? reply

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thanx reply

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Quicktime is the best! reply

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