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rainbowdemon

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I just downloaded a movie I've been wanting to see. But no matter what I do, it won't play. After the title, it says .SVCD.TS-Centropy.DIVX.XTech. It claims to be a Winamp file.

Any ideas?

:wha':

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it must have a dif extension. Are you sure that's it?

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that's not a file extension man. There must be something wrong here. Try adding .avi at the end and play it. Make sure you virus scan it first

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Changed to .avi, and still nothing. Moght just be a bad file.

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then try .mpg and see what happens

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It might be an archive. Try adding a RAR extension to it.

If that doesn't work, get GSpot, and try to load it with that. Then you'll know if it's a video file or not, at least.

If it wouldn't play with an AVI extension, it wont with an MPEG extension either (i'm assuming you're using WMP, because if it was an MPG, and you added an AVI extension, WMP would still recognize it).

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I thought you said the file had no extension?

How then, does a google search tell you the file extension?

Just curious.

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Ok, cool.

It's a Real Media related file I believe. There claim to be tools to convert these files to .ram files, which Real Player or Media Player Classic can play.

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Wow, I just read your Zeropaid thread.

Method has some valid points too.

I'd just say screw it, and find another source.

Any good source would be providing a file WITH an extension of some kind.

Where did you obtain this file anyway?

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Wow, I just read your Zeropaid thread.

Method has some valid points too.

I'd just say screw it, and find another source.

Any good source would be providing a file WITH an extension of some kind.

Where did you obtain this file anyway?

I pretty much already gave up. It came from TorrenTopia. Which I think is a good app. I use it a lot.

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If you got it from suprnova, try the "link" button. To state the obvious, read the .nfo file if it came with one.

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OK, so you didn't get it from suprnova (at least I can't see it). If Torrentopia tells you, try the site that the torrent did come from.

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And if said site has a forum or some form of feedback and posting section, ask about it.

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