You know when you have a file that the computer can't read, is there any way to restore it?
I made a song ages ago using a programme called Fruity Loops but when I select the option of opening it with Windows Media Player it says it can't be read, is there any way I could listen to it?
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
convert that file to mp3 or
All key formats are supported
Read: AVI (DivX, XviD, etc.), DV AVI, MP4 (inc. Sony PSP, Apple iPod and Archos), WMV, 3GP, 3G2, QuickTime (MOV, QT), DVD, VOB, VRO, MPEG 1,2,4, MOD, MPG, DAT, VCD, SVCD, ASF, ASX, MJPEG, H.263, H.264, DVR-MS, MKV, OGM, FLV.
Write: AVI (DivX, XviD, etc.), MP4 (inc. Sony PSP, Apple iPod and Archos), WMV, 3GP, 3G2, QuickTime (MOV, QT), SWF, DVD, MPEG 1,2,4, MPG, VCD, SVCD, MJPEG, H.263, H.264, Real Video (RM, RMVB).
AVS Video ConverterSource(s): using www.avs4you.com or dvdvideosoft.com choose mp3
- Max FLv 51 decade ago
Did Windows Media player report that a codec was missing?
Fruity Loops may have saved the file in a format Media Player cannot open. Open the file in Fruity Loops and see if there are other filetype options when saving. If you save a file to WAV format you should never have an issue.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
install k-lite mega codec or vlc player
these players supports all video n audio formats
btw which format is it ??