There is a problem with my blackberry mp4 codec.

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There is a problem with my blackberry mp4 codec. I am using xplayer in my blackberry mobile phone and I downloaded 20 videos that has mp4 file extension and suddenly it gives me an error about file not supported. What should I do to play all my mp4 video files?

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Virginia Adams.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #173319

There is a problem with my blackberry mp4 codec.

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Update your blackberry mp4 Codec application to the most recent version. It is a name for coder-decoder, the program that receives a raw data file and twists it into a compressed data file. The mp4 codec is the essential “translator” that chooses what data builds it in to the compacted version and what data file gets useless.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #173320

There is a problem with my blackberry mp4 codec.

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BlackBerry supports MP4 video format. But not all the MP4s. Mp4 may be mpeg-4, mpeg-3, mpeg-2 or, mpeg-1. So, just convert those unsupported MP4s to supported MP4s and enjoy video. To convert to a better format follow the instructions in the link.

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Answered By 590495 points N/A #343832

There is a problem with my blackberry mp4 codec.

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The MP4 file format is just a container. They may differ on the inside. Video files may be using the same MP4 format but they may differ on what’s inside or the codec they are using. Not all MP4 files use the same codec, like for example some MP4 files use the MPEG-4 codec and some use h.264.

That’s their main difference. If you try to play an MP4 file that’s using the h.264 codec and your media player doesn’t have this and only MPEG-4 is available, this will trigger an error that the file is not supported. To fix the problem, copy all non-playable MP4 files to your computer and convert them.

Download Format Factory and install. It supports Windows NT, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8.x, and Windows 10 including Windows Server 2003. You can also use HandBrake to convert your file. The latest version at the moment supports 64-bit Windows 7, Windows 8.x, and Windows 10. Windows XP and Windows Vista are no longer supported.

If you don’t want to convert the files, the easiest solution is to install a media player on your phone that supports a wide range of codec like VLC media player.

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