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i was wondering if anyone can tell me of a downloadable avi viewer program,i have some vids on my mac and neither quicktime or real one player will run the avi files i have.
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mplayer! i love this program... it plays EVERYTHING. its one of my favorites from Linux! it is os x native however, and can be found here: http://mplayerosx.sourceforge.net/

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VLC is honestly the only way to go. It basically plays any video you'll have. Trust me, It was a long and painful journey resulting in a reformation of my last computer untill I found vlc
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