When we watch movies with Windows Media Player on Windows XP, we often find some movies in 3GP format cannot be played on this player. What could this be for?
In order to find out the reason for that, we need to learn something about Windows Media Player first.
So what is Windows Media Player?
Windows Media Player (abbreviated WMP) is a media player and media library application developed by Microsoft that is used for playing audio, video and viewing images on personal computers running the Microsoft Windows operating system, as well as on Pocket PC and Windows Mobile-based devices.
It often can support ASF, WMA, WMV, AVI, MP3, MPEG etc., but not 3GP, except the Windows Media Player 12, which can support 3GP. While most of our computers are not configured with Windows Media Player 12, so we can’t see 3GP movies with Windows Media Player on Windows XP. But we know our Windows Media Player can support other various formats. What we need to do is transforming 3GP to other formats that Windows Media Player can support. Therefore, we need a 3GP movie to WMP converter for Windows XP to help us transform 3GP movies to Windows Media Player on Windows XP.
Then the next question is how to convert 3GP movies to Windows Media Player on Windows XP with 3GB to Windows Media Player converting program.
Just follow like this:
Step 1: Download the program and add 3GP movies to the converter by clicking the icon on the top left-hand corner.
Step 2: Select the format as output that Windows Media Player can support, such as AVI, MPEG, etc.
Step 3: Click the bottom right button to start the conversion.
And now you’ve converted 3GP movies to Windows Media Player on Windows XP with 3GP to Windows Media Player program.