I just got a video from a friend and he sent it in the file format of "mp7".
Does anyone know an MP7 player for Linux, Mac or PC or means of converting it to an MP4, preferably?
All Patients Lie... As do file name extensions
Now, as far as i know there's no such thing as an MP7 - even the chinese knockoff players only go up to 5!.
Once identified, it'll be much easier to work out what codecs you need to play it.
I think you mean ".mp4" . MP4 is a container file, and can have various codecs (types of encoded audio / video) in it. It usually refers to a file that is playable in Quicktime.
In any case, I would recommend VLC. VLC should be able to play just about any audio or video file you throw at it. It is also available for Windows, Mac and Linux.
I did find this Forum Post about a "Mp7 file-type"
one of the answers states
beond that ... I have no idea
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