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Play f4v files

You can use the VLC media player. or the GOM Player both are free ofcourse....:cool:

I am personally using the later due to nice user interface & ability to automatically install missing codecs. Here are the links to download these

GOM PLayer (recommended)

VLC Player

And if u want the specific codec search for the "CoreAAC DirectShow Filter". This would do the job.

Codec

I hope this helps...
 
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You can use the VLC media player. or the GOM Player both are free ofcourse....:cool:

I am personally using the later due to nice user interface & ability to automatically install missing codecs. Here are the links to download these

GOM PLayer (recommended)

VLC Player

And if u want the specific codec search for the "CoreAAC DirectShow Filter". This would do the job.

Codec

I hope this helps...
Thank you for the reply...I tried VLC but it didnt work...and I tried GOM player too..it didnt work either....
 

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Thats strange... i am able to run these files with the Gom Player.

what warning or error message does it give?
 
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