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kathryn2389

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I have a file which when i got it was an application file which could only be played in macromedia flash player 7. I have tried to convert this using online converters and just changing the file name.Changing the dile name does only that.I cannot play it in any other programme. I would like this to be converted to be uploaded to youtube if poss,or any other format where it can be played in anything other than flash player??

Thanks a lot

Edited by kathryn2389, 21 October 2010 - 07:57 AM.

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What is the original file format? It's hard to help without knowing what type of file you're dealing with.

Edited by Natechie, 23 October 2010 - 02:39 PM.

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Hi, its a application file, .exe
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Hi all, been trying with this for a while,not getting very far.ill try again :-)

I have a file named 32_02_03_11_002_WPL_13_33_englisch_mit_ Sprache.exe.It says it is an executable file if i try email it.
It is an application file, .exe
I want to upload this to youtube if poss, i have tried to convert it to a avi or another format but the converters do do support the file type alll i can do with this is play it in windows macromedia player.can somebody please take a look?
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