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Some things to try: First just change the filename from "example.exe" to "example.mp4" and then try to open it in a standard video player. If the file is actually a video format with just a different file name extention then it might play fine. Secondly, download and install Format Factory - http://www.pcfreetime.com - and try to convert ...


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In Windows, you can right click on an MP4 file, ensure it's not set as read only (uncheck Read Only->apply if it's set), then click the details tab. At the bottom of the details tab there is a clickable option "Remove Properties and Personal Information." Click that then select the "Remove the following properties from this file" ...


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