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When you imported the video, did you happen to save it as a raw file, or was it formatted as a wmv, mp4, etc? If the former, then you should be able to transcode it into a format that is understood by your player. Otherwise, you may be looking at a codec issue. Consult the log file for the file that you saved, it should tell you what codecs were in use, so that you know what to load into the video player.
Posted on Aug 19, 2010
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