So it says here: http://service.real.com/help/faq/rp8/rpb8gen.htmlFile Extension -- File Type
RM, RA, RAM -- RealAudio/RealVideo streamed content
RT -- RealText streamed text formats
RP -- RealPix streamed PNG, GIF and JPG images
PNG, GIF, JPG -- Stand alone PNG, JPG and GIF images (and animated GIFs)
MP3 -- MPEG Layer 3 (audio format)
SWF -- RealSystem G2 with Flash (Flash version 3 & 4)
SMIL, SMI -- SMIL files
WAV, AIFF** -- "Legacy" sound files; older but prevalent file types. (Not fully supported.)
MPG, MPEG -- Standard MPEG Layer 1 video and Layer 2 audio formats
AVI** -- Audio/Video Interleave-Microsoft video format
ASF** -- NetShow files (newer NetShow files may not play correctly)
MID, MIDI, RMI -- "MIDI" sound files
** When you play this file type with RealPlayer, you may receive an error such as "Unable to render" or "xxxx decompressor not found" or "Missing codec xxxx". These errors occur because the file was created with a codec that is not installed on your computer. You need to download and install the necessary codec to play these files.
Where are you going to be viewing these movies? Why is 441 mb too large? You can fit 4.7 Gigabytes on a DVD--two hours worth. I copied all my home movies for the last 15 years and easily fit it on a 200 Gig hard drive in MPEG-2 format.mun said:ok .. i have a problem converting the file. Does that program you sugguested able to convert large files?? because my file that i want to convert is 441mb.
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