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Subject: MPGA


From: rob powell <>
Date: Sun, 20 Nov 2005 15:10:13 -0000

Hi all, ‘got some audio books from a friend, and they’re playable in
winamp, however they’ve got the file extension .mpga. Anyone any
ideas as to what this means, and whether I need to do anything to
convert them to MP3? If not, if there a way in windows to rename all
files with the extension .mpga to .mp3? I had to tell windows to use
winamp to play them, and apart from being very quiet, the first 30
seconds of the file I tried worked fine. I’ve looked at goldwave, and
couldn’t find that file extension listed.


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