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    why do video formats need to be included in the file name?
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    why do video formats need to be included in the file name?
    just questioning. I'm sorting video files on my desktop, and I can't save them unless I include .avi, .mp4, etc in the file name.

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    why do video formats need to be included in the file name?
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    Try saving them elsewhere, such as in a folder on your desktop. I have tons of video files saved, and not one of them has a file extension pinned on the end of the name.
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