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    Hello, I'm new with video recording and video procesing. This weekend I went to ski center and I was recording my friend on snowboard. At end of ski track, man on ski hit me and I fell, hitting camera. Now, video is on my HDD, format is .mp4, and its size is around 300 MB. I've tried GOM, KMPlayer, Winamp and it wont open it. Tried to convert it to .avi via MPEG_StreamClip and it says that there's no video or audio on that file.... Windows Movie Maker doesn't suport .mp4 .... Can anyone say me what to do, to save video?
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    Love from Serbia!
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    It's probably difficult, but try using MediaInfo to see if the file can be properly identified. If it can, then there may be something that can be done about it, if not, then I think the file is probably corrupt and it would be hard to get anything out of it.

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    Thank you very much for replieng. This is what I've got:
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    No video and audio codecs are listed, which doesn't look good. Do you have any other MP4 files created by the camera from before the accident (ie. ones that still work?), and what do they show in MediaInfo?

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    Have you tried to open it with Itunes or quicktime?

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