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 The files can't be played with Windows Media Player or Quicktime. For windows, it's good enough if you install the codec from above site, but MacOS won't work. Simply use a 3rd party tool like [[https://​www.videolan.org/​|VLC]] or [[https://​www.elmedia-video-player.com/​|Elmedia Player]]. The files can't be played with Windows Media Player or Quicktime. For windows, it's good enough if you install the codec from above site, but MacOS won't work. Simply use a 3rd party tool like [[https://​www.videolan.org/​|VLC]] or [[https://​www.elmedia-video-player.com/​|Elmedia Player]].
  
-But there'​s also another option. There'​s a small utility available which can convert recorded videos. Simply download [[Video Converter|https://​github.com/​sibvisions/​videoconverter/​releases/​tag/​1.0]] and extract the zip in your VisionX'​ lib folder. The archive contains binaries for different operating systems. You can delete all jar files which don't match your environment,​ but this is optional.+But there'​s also another option. There'​s a small utility available which can convert recorded videos. Simply download [[https://​github.com/​sibvisions/​videoconverter/​releases/​tag/​1.0|Video Converter]] and extract the zip in your VisionX'​ lib folder. The archive contains binaries for different operating systems. You can delete all jar files which don't match your environment,​ but this is optional.
 If video converter is available, VisionX will automatically convert - created - recordings. The converted files are stored in the sub folder **converted** in your recordings directory. If video converter is available, VisionX will automatically convert - created - recordings. The converted files are stored in the sub folder **converted** in your recordings directory.
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