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I downloaded some videos that have an extension of wmv.001 and wmv.002. I can't seem to open them. I have the free version of flip4mac and it usually opens wmv files without a problem. But I can't seem to open that have an number at the end of the extension.Any help?

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Try renaming the files to just the *.wmv extension. If they really are Windows Media files they should open with Flip4Mac. Also - Flip4Mac published an update not too long ago. You might want to make sure you're using the latest version.

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What are the filenames? It's possible this is one movie that has been split into several parts.
You might try UnrarX or the Unarchiver or even Stuffit to join them.
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Try renaming the files to just the *.wmv extension. If they really are Windows Media files they should open with Flip4Mac. Also - Flip4Mac published an update not too long ago. You might want to make sure you're using the latest version.

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The files that are named wmv.001 opens when I rename it. However wmv.002 or wmv.003 do not open. This is the same for all files with wmv.002 or higher.
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