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angelblade27

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recently my sister wanted a song and the only file she got had an extension .rm. after downloading it, it was automatically set to run with windows media player. on double clicking it resulted in an error. what is an rm file and can it play? also why do some .wav files require license?
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As stated above, it is a real media file. Many people don't like the RealPlayer software install and there is a free "bloat free" Real Player codec that also includes the excellent open source media player "Media Player Classic". The codec is called "Real Alternative" and you can check it out here:

http://www.free-code...Alternative.htm

Cheers,
Tom

recently my sister wanted a song and the only file she got had an extension .rm. after downloading it, it was automatically set to run with windows media player. on double clicking it resulted in an error. what is an rm file and can it play? also why do some .wav files require license?

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