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How to e-mail a video clip from WMP?

Hi guys, need some help please, as I have never done this before.

I have XP sp2 WMP 10. Broadband con through NTL.
I have downloaded a short video clip via a direct link to my WMP. The run time is 4mins 48 secs.
Although WMP tells me it does not recognise file extention it still plays ok.

I now need to pass this on either by e-mail or D/L to disc.
This appears on my 'all video' section as...news090205_dl.
I can find no way to do this direct from my WMP.
So I opened the containing folder and found three files on title...003921DA


I have put then in a 'zip' file and copied to my 'docs' video section.

Now when I try to open the file, windows tell me it does not recognise the file type, needs to know what prog created it...etc.

I have tried the auto on-line search, but nothing found.

Any help on this would be most welcome as I have now run out of idea's.

yours hopefully.....Malc.

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You don't!

Most ISPs have a 2MB cap on all email attachments, and then don't forget that not everyone has broadband. Downloading a 7MB email attachment could take 2-3 hours on dailup!

Do like everyone else, and host it on a website. You can run your own server, or pay someone else for the service, the choice is yours.

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Thanks for your reply, but if Windows can not ID the file HOW do I put it on a web site? The same applies to D/L onto disc? Because I have and it will not play?

I thought the idea of putting it in a 'zip' file was to 'compress' to a lot smaller file?

Guess I will have to look elseware for some help on this matter, shame, I used to recomend this site to my friends.

Not really an answer t my post was it?


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