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Old 27th November 2007, 04:22 PM   #1
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Default How can I convert media files?

I have tried some free trial version tools to convert the video file format but none of them gave me the option to conver WMV to AVI or MPEG. Is there any other way to convert WMV? I searched but didn't find what I needed. So I am seeking your help. Thanks!
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Quicktime Pro with the M$ WMA plugin (Flip?) would probably do it, but i don't know if M$ supports the plug-in on anything but OS X.

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In the past I've used GX transcoder which worked quite well.
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