mp4 file extension

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VLC player rocks .. I tried media player codec , winamp, divx realplayer codec.. but nothing worked

finally when I was about to give up i tried vlc player and it played .mp4 video.

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You can’t always tell what codec you need to play an extention. AVI for example is a container for hundreds of codes. As for mp4, I know there is at least standard and non-standard codecs of mp4. Apple’s mp4 is usually the one that needs Qucktime. There are also Apple mp4 files out there that need a DRM key. Also, some mp4 files are just music, like mp3... Bottom line, free solutions are linited or don’t work at all. Expect to pay if you want to play... reply

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Thanks alot videolan’s great.Pity I only came across this forum after 2 hours though! reply

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i have vlc but still can’t open the mp4 files i’ve downloaded.. I’m getting bonkers! pls help me =( reply

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Hi,
I want to rip a mpeg4 file for use in a multimedia presentation, any suggestions reply

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I bought a Sanyo Xacti digital video camera that records on SD cards and all video is in .MP4 MPEG-4 format. I can’t believe that Windows Media Player has elected not to support MP4 and Quicktime does not fully support it? Guess I made a bad choice in cameras!! reply

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thanks very much for your HELP ! reply

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hi where i can get a free mp4 converter to convert my movies into mp4 format to play in my mp4 player reply

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could you please tell me exactly the file extension that an Mp4 player can play and does it support ram and wav files?

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Jacques wrote:
I’ve got a mp4 that doesnt play nowhere... when I check the info on VLC it says that is mp4a.

mp4a is an MPEG-4 audio file. All you have is sound... no video. reply

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thnxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx reply

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Hay VLC works grate but when I try to play an MP$ file it gets kind of jumpy is there a way I can Fix that? reply

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gha I mean MP4 not MP$ what was I thinking? reply

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I have now been awakened to the miracle that is the VLC player. Thank you so much! I’ve been trying to watch the Prince of Tennis OVAs for about a week now and... Kyaa! Thank you so much. reply

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Hey, just use WinAVI Video Converter to convert the file into anything u want, like DVD format and just play it on BS player or whatever... u may need a codec to play certain movies if the audio or video isnt working. I found K-Lite codec pack worked well...
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quick time player no need to say any moor it plays anything reply

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If you are still having the same problem none of the previous suggestions will work, because you have a bad driver file for the mp4 players. I never had any problems with the mp4 driver until a friend of mine installed itunes with Quicktime 7. Then I had the same problems that you have. Nothing seemed to work until I opened a movie (messed up picture~ok sound) to get Quicktime to open up. Click on Edit on top. Go to Preferences. Then select Quicktime preferences. Find the update tab. Click on 3rd party install button. Then you will be taken to a page were you can download and install DivXInstaller.exe. Save it and install and your problem will go away. Good Luck. Support@vpfnm.com reply

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I’m running mac os 9.2.2 on my ibook, Ifrequently download tv shows from a n ipod video site because theres little wmv support on os 9, but recently I downloaded 2 episodes and got a quick time error -8971, I have tried everything from changing file names, to downloading it on my pc and running it through converters, nothing has worked, any suggestions for either pc or preferably mac os 9?
email: coma_toast <i>at</i> comcast.net reply

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VLC player the latest one I downloaded on 9 Apr 07 allows ya to play Mp4 / Mpeg4 videos without any problem....Cheers reply

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hi hope peeps can help!!!
i have just got the new prada fone which i have been told plays full films but i have to convert them to MP4 does anyone know how to do it, and does anyone know how to download MP4 films so i dont have to convert, they use them for i-pods too i think
thanx a hoping person........ hehe!! reply

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