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Topic # 31122 5-Mar-2009 16:08
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Hi all

Does anybody out there have any suggestion on how to convert my N95 MP4 videos to a format that I can email to people, that they can play in window media player?

Thanks Paul.

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  Reply # 199463 5-Mar-2009 19:01
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kiwipawl: Hi all

Does anybody out there have any suggestion on how to convert my N95 MP4 videos to a format that I can email to people, that they can play in window media player?

Thanks Paul.


Google for "Super" its a free format converter.. and can convert to wma format.

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  Reply # 199467 5-Mar-2009 19:29
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Could you post a link to and example video and I could ran it through a few convertor program to see what works?

Super looks like it could do the job.  I have found Rad video tools good at some strange formats.

Or http://www.alivemedia.net/3gp-video-converter.htm

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