Solve problem playing QT .mov files in WMP

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Subject: Solve problem playing QT .mov files in WMP
  Is it possible to wathch QuickTime MOV with Windows Media Player? Yes, learn how to convert QT MOV for playback on WMP without hassle in this article.

Windows Media Player has various multimedia functions; it can be used to play movies, documentaries, audio-video clips etc. In some cases, MOV files are not recognized in Windows Media Player. One of the main reasons that MOV files may fail to play is due to technical issues. That may occur when the user does not have the plug-ins needed to play the MOV videos. Another problem could be with the QuickTime MOV codec. Installing a QuickTime player could solve the codec problem. However, the QuickTime player is big-sized, and it will install junks to your computer. In this article, we aim to work out the fastest solution to help you play QuickTime with Windows Media Player smoothly.

Actually, it´s not as difficult as you imagine. What you need is a just a common video converter like Dimo Video Converter Ultimate to help you watch MOV on Windows Media Player without any hassle. And you could get wonderful output files and never worry about out of audio/video sync. More than that, it also provides an access to touch up QuickTime MOV videos, which including trimming, cropping, appending artistic effects and more.

Software: https://www.mediadimo.com/video-converter-ultimate

Download: http://www.mediadimo.com/download/Dimo-vct-trial-setup.exe

Buy: https://www.mediadimo.com/video-converter-ultimate/purchase

Full Article: https://lovemtime.blogspot.com/2017/01/play-mov-on-windows-media-player.html

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