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MacBook - VCDs - AVSEQ.dat


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Michaela

 
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Dear all,

Since I got my Macbook I have downloaded VLC player to play DVDS and VCDs.

DVDs of course there is no probem.
But some VCDs refuse to play. AVI seems to be ok and plays in Quicktime Player, but AVSEQ.dat do not play at all, causing problems in VLC and they won't even open in Quicktime. I've heard this from a couple of people, and was wondering if anybody has any suggestions on how to solve this problem. Whether there is any software that can convert AVSEQ.dat or play it.

Thanks,

Michaela
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