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    Question Forgotten format or something else?

    Hello!
    I'm new at the forum and I have a problem with a video format.
    A friend of mine once had a Palm, I don't know exactly when, but he had filmed something with this Palm. This one made movies in AVI extension, but he decide to convert the videos to a proprietary extension from Palm that time. This extension is GMD. And now he can't watch this movies or even convert them, because there's nothing on the internet that helps finding some kind of software that converts or even plays this format. All I've found about it is a game extension. Could somebody please help me find a solution?
    Thanks!!!!!

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    Do a free download of a free utility called mediacoder. This is a powerful video transcoder and widely recognized as safe and able to identify and transcode most ANY video file.

    Open mediacoder and then open the video file. A window will open and tell you EVERYTHING you care to know about your original file. Then pick what you want it transcoded to - like mpeg2 720X480 - or whatever you can think of and mediacoder will do the job in a single step.

    Give it a try - mediacoder has never failed to recognize, support and change ANY video file I have tried with it to ANY file format I choose.

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    imjay, thank you very much for your suggestion, but I already have Media Coder. I noticed Media Coder two months ago and that was my first thought about transcoding the video, but this time Media Coder hasn't done it's homework. If you notice sombody that knows something about that file type (GMD), please tell me. Good morning.

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    Try 'super c' its free.

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