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Video Clips

There are several software programs that can play video clips on demand. Some of the common file formats for video files are .mp4, .rm, and .wmv. Below you will find a list of the free software programs that are used to play the video clips on this site:

Quicktime

You can play Quicktime video clips (.mp4) using Quicktime, which is available for free from Apple and may be downloaded by visiting the link below.

RealPlayer

You can play Streaming Video Clips (.rm, .rfm) using RealPlayer software. The Real Media streaming video player is available for free; get it from the Real Media Player download site Link to Non-U.S. Government Site - Click for Disclaimer

Windows Media Player

You can play Windows Media Player video clips (.wmv, .mp4) using Windows Media Player, which is available for free from Microsoft and may be downloaded by visiting the link below.

Flash

You can play Flash files using the Adobe Flash Player, which is available for free from Adobe and may be downloaded by visiting the link below.

Saving Files Locally

When you click on a link to a file in other than HTML format, your browser may open the document in the browser window, open the document in its native application automatically, or prompt you to save the file locally. The action the browser takes depends on your local browser/application configuration. You will need to have the appropriate application or file viewer (see free viewers above) to view these documents.

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