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Linking real-video files

Posted on 1998-05-02
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hi,
i dloaded a .zip recently which had a 1.rm, 2.rm, 3.rm, 4.rm and playme.rm.
when you click on the playme.rm it plays 1,2,3 and 4 one after another, is there any way i could link .rm files in this way without realvideo recording software?
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Yes.. I forget the exact format though.. look at the PLAYME file (actually it should have the extention .RAM, but .RM may work also)..

This file is simply a TEXT file. Open the file in NOTEPAD.. look at it, and use the same format for creating your own .RAM (or .RM) file.

Hope this helps

If not, post the troubles with this method and I'll look further.
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kick @$$!
thanks!
that works great....

btw. if you dont get your points then tell me..
i dont quite understand this.....

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thx for the points, glad I could help.
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