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  1. #1
    Sheila
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    Is quicktime the only way to play these files? and if so, how do I alter
    it, I am constantly getting a message saying it has an annotation in an
    encoding not supported by this o/s.

    the annotation text in this particular in this particular recording is not
    included in the movie. I click ok, and the file plays, with no detail taken
    out, video is there and so is audio, it is just a bit annoying.

    my phone is a sony ericcson K800i

    thanks





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  2. #2
    Colin Wilson
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    Re: viewing 3gp files on computer.

    > Is quicktime the only way to play these files? and if so, how do I alter
    > it, I am constantly getting a message saying it has an annotation in an
    > encoding not supported by this o/s.


    A wild guess, but try VLC (http://www.videolan.org) - it plays just
    about any format imaginable, and a no-install required version is
    available from http://www.portableapps.com



  3. #3
    SteveH
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    Re: viewing 3gp files on computer.

    Sheila <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Is quicktime the only way to play these files? and if so, how do I alter
    > it, I am constantly getting a message saying it has an annotation in an
    > encoding not supported by this o/s.
    >
    > the annotation text in this particular in this particular recording is not
    > included in the movie. I click ok, and the file plays, with no detail taken
    > out, video is there and so is audio, it is just a bit annoying.
    >
    > my phone is a sony ericcson K800i


    Quicktime - free download from Apple.

    http://www.apple.com/quicktime


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  4. #4
    Sheila
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    Re: viewing 3gp files on computer.


    "SteveH" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:1i85qt7.w6er41lqicpgN%[email protected]
    > Sheila <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >> Is quicktime the only way to play these files? and if so, how do I alter
    >> it, I am constantly getting a message saying it has an annotation in an
    >> encoding not supported by this o/s.
    >>
    >> the annotation text in this particular in this particular recording is
    >> not
    >> included in the movie. I click ok, and the file plays, with no detail
    >> taken
    >> out, video is there and so is audio, it is just a bit annoying.
    >>
    >> my phone is a sony ericcson K800i

    >
    > Quicktime - free download from Apple.


    I have downloaded the latest version, and that seems to have solved the
    problem. thanks.
    >






  5. #5
    Sheila
    Guest

    Re: viewing 3gp files on computer.


    "Colin Wilson" <[email protected]> wrote
    in message news:[email protected]
    >> Is quicktime the only way to play these files? and if so, how do I alter
    >> it, I am constantly getting a message saying it has an annotation in an
    >> encoding not supported by this o/s.

    >
    > A wild guess, but try VLC (http://www.videolan.org) - it plays just
    > about any format imaginable, and a no-install required version is
    > available from http://www.portableapps.com


    thanks for that, I will keep that info in my useful folder!





  6. #6
    Chris Blunt
    Guest

    Re: viewing 3gp files on computer.

    On Sun, 25 Nov 2007 23:02:55 -0000, Colin Wilson
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >> Is quicktime the only way to play these files? and if so, how do I alter
    >> it, I am constantly getting a message saying it has an annotation in an
    >> encoding not supported by this o/s.

    >
    >A wild guess, but try VLC (http://www.videolan.org) - it plays just
    >about any format imaginable, and a no-install required version is
    >available from http://www.portableapps.com


    I think VLC Media Player should work, but mine only plays the video,
    with no sound.

    RealPlayer plays them fine but you need to download the 3GP plugin for
    it.

    Chris



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