Loc: New Hampshire
Windows Media 9 is improved for really high bandwidth stuff - like playing CDs, DVD type material.<br><br>For internet bandwidth stuff, Windows video encoder 8 and the WMA audio encoders are good enough. The Windows media player available for the Mac can play these types of media.<br><br>The people encoding the stuff for the internet should encode it with the media 8 video codecs and the media 9 audio codecs for us Mac folk.<br><br>Try complaining to the content provider to no avail <br><br>
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