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    [Released] Showtime 3.99.25 (Test Version)

    Andoma has updated the test version of Showtime

    [IMG]http://*******/MzSd6V[/IMG][quote]Fixed broken ... [Read More]

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    Awesome, this app just gets better and better! Thanks for the update!
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    I hope Showtime will support *.dat files in the future
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    .dat uses mpeg-2 doesnt it? Showtime supports mpeg-2... have you tired renaming it to an mpeg incase it can be played but simply doesn't handle the extension .dat ?
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    I guess you're right. I never tried renaming it...
    I should test it, maybe it works. Even if it does work the problem is you can't rename files on a cd or dvd; You have to move them to hdd first which is annoying. So supporting dat files directly would be a cool feature.
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    Ah I get you now. Hope it works for you, but more I hope .dat gets direct support from the Andoma.
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    .dat support? WTF is .dat? I only know it as a generic extention which can be anything..

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperDre View Post
    .dat support? WTF is .dat? I only know it as a generic extention which can be anything..
    .dat video files... you don't use a vcd player, do you?
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    damn, i responded but i think i switched tabs and accidentally closed this one before clicking post.
    anyways, to sum up, i remember vcd and i remember it not being that great, kinda like laserdisc. what i'm getting at is, you didn't think of renaming files, so maybe he's not heard of dat video files. i think i sound like a jerk but i don't mean it, i just had a decent response that got deleted.
    i always wanted rmvb properly supported and i got lucky and it just happened. i posted it every now and then on here that i love showtime and want rmvb; i'm not sure if the creator saw that but it happened.
    how showtime works, i know it'll happen for you. i probably waited and updated every chance i got for about a year and it happened. on earlier versions, it would play the video, just very slowly. i was stubborn and didn't want to change file types because i have hundreds of videos in rmvb format and just figured i could wait and i was right.

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    But as I said, .dat is not an official videofile extention, it can be anything.. I can't remember the one vcd that I have to have an extention .dat, but it's been a long time since I've looked at that one..
    But It would be great ofcourse if it would also detect the fileformat of files which have a different extention, so you won't need to rename it yourself..

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