knapplc wrote:_Simulacrum_ wrote:knapplc wrote:_Simulacrum_ wrote:Sounds like you've got a .m2v file, which is an Mpeg2. Those come in two different files- the .m2v file itself, which is the video, and a .aiff file, which is the video. I recently learned from Cu that .m2v files are not compatible with Windows media player.
I say screw mpeg2 files. Is it important?
$20 says it's porn.
Then the audio shouldn't be that important then.
He's getting audio but no video. THAT's why there's a problem!
Gadzooks! Porn with audio and no video? That's like the ninth ring of hell right there!
Bronx, we could help you more if you'll tell us the file extension of the movie you've got- like .mov, .m2v, .aiff or whatever. Right click it and look at its properties.