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Opening WMV files?

I have VWave SE.

I have in my film library Windows Media Audio/Video files.

If I try to open them with VW SE, I get an unsupported file message. Is there a fix for this. The files play on Windows Media Player fine, but VW seems to be unable to deal with this format?

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WINDOWS MEDIA PLAYER.or wmp.
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