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Quick Screen Recorder video playback problem

Discussion in 'General Software' started by fireblade77, Jun 2, 2009.

  1. fireblade77

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    hi all
    ive recorded some video screen with quick screen recorder and it records everything in an avi file which windows media has no problem playing as long as u keep the file under 2gig i think, if u go over 2gig then windows media player wont play it and i was wondering is there is any way i can get these files that are about 2.1 or 2.2gig to play ?
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    It's a limit of the AVI container. Don't record uncompressed video, assuming that's possible with that program.
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    ok but is there any way of being able to watch these videos ive recorded ?
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    Probably. You could try VLC, mplayer classic or converting the file using virtual dub. Odds are that at least one of those knows how to handle them.
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    i had a go with virtual dub and that didnt work :(

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