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Whenever I open a WMV file for the first time it tells me I downloaded it from the internet, are you sure you want to open it, etc. Is there a way to eliminate this?
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I'm assuming you have Flip4Mac...get into it's prefs and check the Play Movies Automatically, and maybe the Open Local Files Immediately, as well.
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