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Determine the file type and open it! Willing to pay some $$


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#1 adrianneow

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Posted 02 May 2013 - 07:08 AM

Hello everyone, I need you guys to help me with this... Im willing to pay some $$ if you complete

Information - This file is taken from a karaoke system and I believe it is secure which only can copy but cant open at other computers, I suspect the file type is not the real extension of the file. I want to open this file and knowing the file type, and play just like the real karaoke video which include left track, right track


I want you guys to help me open this file which able to play music and video just like the real karaoke song
Please help me analyse, I know maybe it is just an easy job for you but it can save me!

Here is one of the example
 

http://www.mediafire.com/?ds095azawjj8i3d

 



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#2 Hawkers

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Posted 02 May 2013 - 07:49 AM

Chances are your karaoke system has specialist software which understands how to display the file and lyrics on screen. You wouldn't be able to replicate this by just simply playing it in Windows.

The file is .mpeg which is correct for windows, probably the format which the karaoke system exports to for use on a computer.



#3 adrianneow

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Posted 02 May 2013 - 08:24 AM

Hello Hawkers, I just identified the file is MPEG-PS, do you know how to decrypt it? I knew that and thats why Im posting this! Help me please!






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