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Having Problems With Audio On XP Computer


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Ah yes. That probably is what is going on. Is it only the mpeg4 files that are giving you problems? If so, I will look around and see what I can find about that.
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thanks for looking around man. has anything of particular interest come up yet relating to mpeg4 audio problems?

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Edited by hysteria, 04 April 2006 - 01:28 AM.

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I haven't had much time lately, so I'm assuming that the media players you have do not support mpeg4 audio.

If I remember correctly, the latest version of QuickTime does.

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When installing it, it will give you the option to choose what files are associated with QuickTime (in other words, which files will be opened with quicktime), so you can choose just Mpeg4 or any other special ones that you may not have a media player for. That way, all the other ones, such as MP3 and WMA will still open with your player of choice, and the ones you don't have a player for will open with QuickTime.
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