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Could you tell me how to play MPEG 4 (.m4a) files in Windows Media
Player 9? Thanks.
By the way, I am running Windows Xp Pro (SP2)
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Window Media Player 9 is not working anymore, download the 10th version

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On Sun, 01 Jan 2006 15:19:40 +0000, Joe wrote:

> Could you tell me how to play MPEG 4 (.m4a) files in Windows Media Player
> 9? Thanks.
> By the way, I am running Windows Xp Pro (SP2)

Try renaming the file extension from .m4a to .mp4 - m4a is Apples version
of mp4 and it is usually just an mp3 in an mp4 container.

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On Sun, 01 Jan 2006 15:19:40 GMT, Joe <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:

>Could you tell me how to play MPEG 4 (.m4a) files in Windows Media
>Player 9? Thanks.
>By the way, I am running Windows Xp Pro (SP2)

XviD is an open source MPEG4 codec.

Introduction To Finding A Codec For Windows Media Play 9

Latest free video and audio codecs

Codec resources and alternatives:***********************************finalbuilds.htm

Download and run "Gspot". Then use it to open the file and determine the codec needed.

AVIcodec - Similar to above

DivX 3.11:

DivX 5.x

MPEG2 Decoder Package

Nimo pack.


Compression Codecs (Huge list)

Download the MS-MPEG-4v3 codec fix (Win9x/NT4)

Download the K-Lite Codec pack. This contrains the most uptodate video and audio codecs.***********************************mirror.htm

ACE Mega Codec Pack Professional Edition has practically every codec you need or ever wanted.
This contains the latest version of every codec including DivX and XviD. for all your Multimedia answers

Audio Codecs Resources

"The Codecs" package.

QuickTime Alternative

Windows Media Series Audio and Video Codecs

Windows Media Player plug-ins

VLC media player - The cross-platform media player and streaming server

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