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Hi,

I'd like to use Datavyu to code .wmv files on a mac os x 10.9 (mavericks). However, it doesn't open the .wmv files (other types such as .mov work fine). I'm aware it's possible to convert files, but if there's a way to open .wmv files that would save me a lot of converting time.

Thank you in advance! Kind regards, Carlijn

asked 21 Jan '15, 10:11

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Hi Carlijin,

Because Datavyu uses QuickTime to play videos, we can only support video files that QuickTime supports. I've provided a link of our supported video formats: http://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201290

Unfortunately, .wmv is not on there. I believe the best way for you to use Datavyu would be to convert your videos. I'm sorry for the inconvenience. I know it does take time to convert data.

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answered 21 Jan '15, 17:05

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From an article on how to play WMV on Mac, I found out three methods to solve your issue:

Method One: Play WMV on Apple's computer with Windows system

Method Two: Convert WMV to Mac OS X System Supported Formats

Method Three: Free WMV Players on Mac OS X System

Hope there is one that fits you.

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answered 13 Mar '15, 23:39

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