Question about Microsoft Windows Media Player
I downloaded files using torrent which are listed as avi files on the sender folder but as video clips in my folder. I am unable to play them.
I am hearing the audio perfectly but I receive no video.
You need to play these files on VLC or in Media Player Classic. You can play almost any media file through them.
If you don't have any then you can download VLC media player from the following links:
for windows os zip file 16mb: http://videolan.cdn.cacheboy.net/vlc/0.9.9/win32/vlc-0.9.9-win32.exe
& for mac 19mb: http://mirror.leaseweb.com/pub/software/videolan/vlc/0.9.9a/macosx/vlc-0.9.9a-intel.dmg
And if you want media player classic here is a link to download it: http://mirror01.x264.nl/x264/mpc2kxp6490.zip (212mb)
If these players cant play your files then might not have given enough time to download your torrent or must have downloaded corrupt file.
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