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Video viewing problems

I recorded a video clip on my phone and it is too large to send in a message. I tried to view the clip on my computer using Real player and Windows media and I can't. It says its a 3gp file. What is that, and is there a way to open/change this particular file type.

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  • darlingnikki Oct 12, 2008

    Ok. So if my video is over 30 seconds and I want to upload to my computer how would I do that? I can't open the file in any type of media player. I tried real player and windows media but still nothing.

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When you have a micro SD card in your phone, there wont be a limit to how long u can record. however in order to send the video in a message the video has to be 30 seconds or less.

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