First time I opened it, it was audio, second time it opened as a video.
All I can say about that episode is: typical Audi driver!
On Thursday, 2 September 2021 at 00:55:19 UTC+10 trams4me wrote:
> On Wed, 1 Sep 2021 16:20:08 +1000, Matthew Geier wrote:
> >If you don't have all the required 'codecs' one MP4 file may play on your
> machine while another may not.
> >You can also get audio and no video or video and no audio you have one of
> the decoders but not both.
> On Wed, 1 Sep 2021 15:39:56 +1000, Dudley Horscroft wrote:
> >Problem with some set ups is that it takes a long time to convert
> >the mp4 to an mp3 which is then playable on normal set ups.
> On my Windows 10 Pro desktop both MP4s I've uploaded play natively on
> Firefox, Chrome and Edge.
> After download, they play in VLC, arguably the most popular and most
> versatile video player.
> After download, they play in Windows Media Player (yuk!).
> They play on my Android Samsung S21 5G (yes, the phone's been vaccinated
> I can't find my iPad at the moment so I can't check it in Safari.
> I don't know what else to suggest, Dudley, as I can't make the MP4s
> misbehave or not play. You must have a very non-standard system setup which
> is odd because looking at your message header I can see that you're using
> Thunderbird on a Windows x64 machine as your email client, so the files
> should play ok, as above.
> Attached is an image of the very standard settings I use for recoding Sony
> HD .MTS movie files into web friendly .MP4 files.
> Gallery at https://tinyurl.com/trams4me