playing audio or music

Discussion in 'Amateur Video Production' started by Leo Reyes, Jul 6, 2004.

  1. Leo Reyes

    Leo Reyes Guest

    I have Windows XP, is there another way to play my music CD's without having
    to use REAL Player. I thought I had another way before REAL Player somehow
    moved into my computer. I have roxio, Sound Forge, Acid, but I once delete
    Real Player and I could not get a CD to play, so I had to reload REAL Player
    on a trial bases. I do have a sound card, I guess my real question is, do I
    have to have a third party to play my CDs?

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    Leo Reyes, Jul 6, 2004
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    Mike Kujbida Guest


    Typing "file association" in the Help & Support section gets you:
    To associate a file name extension with a file type:
    Open Folder Options in Control Panel;
    Click Start, point to Settings, and then click Control Panel;
    Double-click Folder Options;.
    On the File Types tab, click New;
    Type a new or existing file name extension, and then click Advanced;
    In Associated File Type, type or select New to create a file type to
    associate with the file name extension.
    -or-
    Type or select a different file type to associate with the extension.

    When you type a file extension in the Create New Extension dialog box, the
    Associated File Type list displays the file type that is associated with
    that extension. To select New, scroll to the top of the list.
    For information about how to make modifications to the file type, click
    Related Topics.
    To change the program that opens a file, on the File Types tab, under
    Registered file types, click the file type, and then click Change.
     
    Mike Kujbida, Jul 6, 2004
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    ChrisM Guest

    XP comes with it's own built-in software for playing music/video files (and
    CDs) (Windows Media Player?). Or you can download the latest version(9) of
    WMP from Microsofts website for free:

    http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/9series/player.aspx

    Cheers,

    ChrisM.

    PS, you would probably have got more answers posting this to an XP
    newsgroup, rather than one about video files...
     
    ChrisM, Jul 6, 2004
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