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Can anyone tell me what type of video and audio files does Roxio Cine Player accepts? I mean like WMA, WAV, MPEG, AVI,etc My player is Creator 10. I know it is old, but still works great.

 

I would appreciate any responses.

 

Thanks,

 

--Must mention I posted this some where else, but it was the wrong place. Sorry about the double posting.


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Can anyone tell me what type of video and audio files does Roxio Cine Player accepts? I mean like WMA, WAV, MPEG, AVI,etc My player is Creator 10. I know it is old, but still works great.

 

I would appreciate any responses.

 

Thanks,

 

--Must mention I posted this some where else, but it was the wrong place. Sorry about the double posting.

 

 

Don't understand what your asking.

 

Creator NXT and NXT2 have a version of Win DVD instead of Cineplayer

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I can't give you a direct answer but the image shows what CinePlayer in Creator 2012 supports. For Creator 2010, open Cineplayer and then go to "Open" and then "Browse Files". In the same location as the image will be the types of files it will accept.

 

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Oops; someone may have beat me to the punch !

 

This post is located in Creator 2010 but you say Creator 10. There is a Creator 10 but there are also OEM (teaser, free, limited capability) version of Creator 10 like Creator 10 DE or LE or other.

 

Which one do you really have? The info above about opening files may answer your question.

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Thank you for your responses.

 

CDANTEEK, may be I didn't explain well enough. I apologize for that. In 2010 there were no Creator NXT or NXT 2. We had Creator 2010. Roxio CinePlayer was the part of Roxio Creator 2010 we used to view our videos or movies.

 

I wanted to know what files types can be played with this application. Like Windows Media Player will play a video with an MP2G file, I am asking what files will Roxio Cine Play play.

 

SKniss, the "all supported media files" list you posted is kind of what I am looking for. I will take a look at the suggestion on how to find the supported files for Creator 2010. I am sorry I said Creator 10, when I meant Creator 2010. It is just my habit to call it that.

 

Like I said, this is an old version, and I use it on my old Windows XP. It won't work on my Windows .8.1 lap top. But it does everything I want to do, so I don't feel the need to upgrade yet. I wish we cold upgrade without having to by a whole new application, but that's OK.

 

Boy, I am having a real hard time writing ad browsing on this site on my W8.1 computer. The letters shake terribly, and don't go into the post most of the time. I have to click them several times to get them to work.

 

Thank you.

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Like I said, this is an old version, and I use it on my old Windows XP. It won't work on my Windows .8.1 lap top. But it does everything I want to do, so I don't feel the need to upgrade yet. I wish we cold upgrade without having to by a whole new application, but that's OK.

 

Actually, we've found that a number of features have been removed from the NXT versions so many of us consider it isn't an upgrade. Creator 2012 seems to have most features still intact.

 

Boy, I am having a real hard time writing ad browsing on this site on my W8.1 computer. The letters shake terribly, and don't go into the post most of the time. I have to click them several times to get them to work.

 

I think that Windows 8.x is going to go down in history on equal ranking with Vista [ugh]. It sure has a lot of problems.

 

 

Brendon

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CDANTEEK, may be I didn't explain well enough. I apologize for that. In 2010 there were no Creator NXT or NXT 2. We had Creator 2010. Roxio CinePlayer was the part of Roxio Creator 2010 we used to view our videos or movies.

 

I wanted to know what files types can be played with this application. Like Windows Media Player will play a video with an MP2G file, I am asking what files will Roxio Cine Play play.

 

Most of us here, old timers, have a free copy of Video Lan (VLC media player) here, http://www.videolan.org/vlc/index.html

 

It plays almost anything, I would try it. ;)

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Brendon, thanks for your observations. I don't normally swear, but you may have wanted to cover your ears when I first came home with my brand new lap top with Windows 8 in it. And then they give as Windows 8.1 as a pacifier, that made many things even worse. For example, I still can't come back to computer without having to reset my wi fi every time.

 

Cdanteek, eeek, scary avatar!. Thanks for the link. I actually have VLC in my Windows XP. It was a little older version, and I just went and updated it to the same version on the link you sent. But, it doesn't support the file I am trying to work with.

 

The DVD I am I trying to view uses a JVC file. I made it myself with Roxio Creator 2010. It was a movie I copied from TV, then edited and burned it with Roxio. I didn't notice the file when I did it, other wise I would have changed it before burning. Weird that Cineplayer wont play it now. I can play it using "My DVD", a part of Creator 10, or even on Windows Media Player which doesn't even support the file, but the picture and sound is very crackly.

 

Does any body know why the topic has been marked "Solved" in a couple of places? I didn't think it was, but can someone also tell me how to mark it closed when I want to end it whether solved or not?

 

Thanks all for your help.

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Brendon, thanks for your observations. I don't normally swear, but you may have wanted to cover your ears when I first came home with my brand new lap top with Windows 8 in it. And then they give as Windows 8.1 as a pacifier, that made many things even worse. For example, I still can't come back to computer without having to reset my wi fi every time.

 

Cdanteek, eeek, scary avatar!. Thanks for the link. I actually have VLC in my Windows XP. It was a little older version, and I just went and updated it to the same version on the link you sent. But, it doesn't support the file I am trying to work with.

 

The DVD I am I trying to view uses a JVC file. I made it myself with Roxio Creator 2010. It was a movie I copied from TV, then edited and burned it with Roxio. I didn't notice the file when I did it, other wise I would have changed it before burning. Weird that Cineplayer wont play it now. I can play it using "My DVD", a part of Creator 10, or even on Windows Media Player which doesn't even support the file, but the picture and sound is very crackly.

 

Does any body know why the topic has been marked "Solved" in a couple of places? I didn't think it was, but can someone also tell me how to mark it closed when I want to end it whether solved or not?

 

Thanks all for your help.

 

I think that you are referring to a "mov" file when you mention a "JVC" file. Why did you create such a file in C2010? You could try just changing the mod extionsion to mpg and see if the can be played.

 

That "Solved" button is useless and you should totally ignore it it.

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Thanks myguggi

I have no idea why I got that file. I didn’t even know until now, even when I made it over a year and half ago. I guess I could try to change it. I have a couple of software I could use for it. The easiest thing to do, would be to buy a new DVD from History Chanel, but I tend to be OCD, and don’t like to give up once I start something.

Thanks for the explanation about the “Solved” button.

Thanks

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Thanks myguggi

 

I have no idea why I got that file. I didn’t even know until now, even when I made it over a year and half ago. I guess I could try to change it. I have a couple of software I could use for it. The easiest thing to do, would be to buy a new DVD from History Chanel, but I tend to be OCD, and don’t like to give up once I start something.

 

Thanks for the explanation about the “Solved” button.

 

Thanks

 

What is the extension of that file? You do not need any software to change the extension. Windows Explorer can easily do it

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Muguggi, I didn't know that. I downloaded something called Skysoft Video that you can use to change files, also there is place in Creator that can do it before you save or burn a video. Can you tell me how to do it with Windows Explorer? I have Internet Explorer 11, if that is what you mean.

 

An Skins sorry, You had actually answered my initial question, and I had not even realized, even after I read your response. Thanks.

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