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rome476 (0) 07-31-09  06:20pm
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This site is a rip-off; I bought a 12 minute clip of Boroka for $12, which certainly is expensive enough, but when I downloaded it, it came out as a dm.pf file (rather than a .wmv) that I finally figured out how to play but does not have any audio. The worst part, however, is that the webmaster has completely ignored at least 2 voice mail messages that I left and at least two e-mails that I've sent to ask for assistance on this. I strongly recommend that anyone considering using the site think twice.

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jd1961 (95) I don't know what that is. What you could try is---make a copy of the file, and place it in another folder, then try to rename the extension to .wmv---but only do this with a copy, keep the original.
08-01-09  01:14am

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RagingBuddhist (63) You could also try opening the files with the Gspot codec app. It should be able to tell you the file type and what codecs were used to encode them - including the audio.
http://www.headbands.com/gspot/

08-01-09  06:00am

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atrapat (112) Since this site is just a platform for studios to sell their content, maybe you could try contacting both the studio where you bought the clip and the common Clips 4 Sale tech support.
08-01-09  08:59am

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rome476 (0) REPLY TO #2 - RagingBuddhist :

Thanks for your help- I found out the audio codecs is MPEG-1 AUDIO LAYER 2. What should I do now?
08-01-09  10:07am

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RagingBuddhist (63) REPLY TO #4 - rome476 :

I went to Google to see if anyone else is having the same problem, and the only solution I saw was to play the files using VLC. But that was only after digging through half a dozen sites. Codec problems can be tough to figure out. I'm fortunate enough to have a bunch of video players and video editting software that install codecs so I rarely have to deal with such things. All that to say, I really don't know what to tell you to do other than search the forums and maybe even join one so you can post your problem for others to answer.
08-01-09  11:03am

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rome476 (0) REPLY TO #5 - RagingBuddhist :

Thanks for making the effort; I will fool around on the web and see if there is anything out there.
08-01-09  01:12pm

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