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    how i can play .cod and video clips files??

    hi all
    i have a cd that have some files have extentions like .cod and vedioclip
    so how i can play them ... is there any way or software can play those
    thanks alot

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    .cod isn't a video.

    Its a java file that is used to create programs for Blackberry phones.
    http://www.fileinfo.net/extension/cod

    Are you sure about the other one?
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    dear freiend

    thanks for replying me
    and i wonder if the 3 software u gave me in the link will play the audio file which have .cod extention? and can i save the file to famouse extention like mp3 and ram etc..?

    and aobut video clip yes it is not extiontion but i found it written in file as u see in pic


    and u can download a file like tha video clip file and tell me will be played or not?

    download from here

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    I didn't give you any software. It appears that 7.avi is just an avi file. Nowhere in there does it have a .cod or .vedioclip extension. You will need to isntall some codecs to play them in Windows Media Player. I suggest the k-lite codec pack found here: http://www.free-codecs.com/download/...Codec_Pack.htm
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    hi friend
    look they are tow file, they are in 2 separate cd
    i opened each one and saw thier data files
    the first one is sound cd, and its sound fiels are in .cod files,
    and the ohter cd ( vedio one) its vedio folder is as i send u has the extention avi and written vedio clip
    i tried hard to open them but cant ,and downloaded lot of codecs software, and also no effect and no play
    that what i need how to play the .cod files and avi files which are in CDs
    that what i want
    is it clear now?
    thanks any way

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    Aside from the fact this is not a web design question, I feel compelled to answer.

    To play a music CD, doesn't Windows Media Player recognize it and just play as a CD? You have to rip a music CD, just use iTunes or CDex, there are tons of music rippers out there. Whatever codec the video was saved as is required, so if your player can't find the codec, find a new player and more codecs. You can probably look at the file properties to see what the codec is.

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    thanks jeremywilken for ur reply
    i tryed many many codecs and dont work
    may be that cd authour make a code to paly with softwares inside the cd?
    if that true how i can play them again out of cd?

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    Well where did you get the disc? Ask them.

    Right click and click Properties, and under Advanced you can see the codecs.


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