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Topic # 14628 12-Jul-2007 19:23
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Hey guys,

Just been on a small holiday recently and ive taken a few pics videos on my Samsung W531.

I go to review the .MP4 movie files on my pc the dont load and when i manally tell it  to play on a media players it also will not load them.

So i figured that i need a codec or a mp4 converter of some kind.

Ive searched and searched on google and no programs so far look good.

Any suggestions? has anyone got this mobile phone and has some free way of converting the videos to another format?

All these programs avalible on google are always asking for money or they are just a trail that only converts 60% of the movie!
And it frastrates me that I cant watch my videos! Haha!

Any ideas??
Thanks Jesso568667


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  Reply # 77899 12-Jul-2007 21:16
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i dont have a samsung phone, but you could try installing the ffdshow codec and see if it helps: http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=173941

gspot is a nice app to tell you what codecs are used for video+audio on files: http://www.headbands.com/gspot/




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