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burnsryan

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just downloaded some tunes from internet........M4P FILES......the thing is I dont have software to play them.!!!! Windows Media Player is no use

Help me please...i paid for these tracks!!!!

ryan
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MPEG-4 (.mp4)
MPEG-4 is an International Standards Organization (ISO) specification that covers many aspects of multimedia presentation including compression, authoring and delivery. Although video compression and file container definition are two separate and independent entities of the MPEG-4 specification, many people incorrectly believe that the two are interchangeable. You can implement only portions of the MPEG-4 specification and remain compliant with the standard.

The MPEG-4 file format, as defined by the MPEG-4 specification, contains MPEG-4 encoded video and Advanced Audio Coding (AAC)-encoded audio content. It typically uses the .mp4 extension. Windows Media Player does not support the playback of the .mp4 file format. You can play back .mp4 media files in Windows Media Player when you install DirectShow-compatible MPEG-4 decoder packs. DirectShow-compatible MPEG-4 decoder packs include the Ligos LSX-MPEG Player and the EnvivioTV.


Choose the one for the WMP version your have.

http://www.microsoft...ecdownload.aspx
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Hey there burnsryan, if that does not work you can also consider using a diffrent media player.

There is a music player (Winamp) That is capable of playing .mp4 files extensions.

Winamp 5.21 Player Download

Cool :whistling:
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