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Hello guys,

I bought a maths revision CD from my school. Here's a picture of its contents:


Here's the contents when I open the application file:



When I click on a topic, a video file opens using an in-built player. Is there any way for me to 'extract' the video files from the application to that I don't have to have an application open? I want to put this on my phone but I obviously can't put the application on my android without hacking etc..

Thanks
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Tedious way... Fraps
Not so tedious but still tedious: Google file extensions and start unpacking.

The simplest way to solve your issue is to find a youtube counterpart.
 
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Tedious way... Fraps
Not so tedious but still tedious: Google file extensions and start unpacking.

The simplest way to solve your issue is to find a youtube counterpart.
Thanks for this. While recording the videos would work, it would take way to much time, that of which I don't have. I searched file extension however I don't understand how they can be used in my situation. Could you explain please?
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Thanks for this. While recording the videos would work, it would take way to much time, that of which I don't have. I searched file extension however I don't understand how they can be used in my situation. Could you explain please?

If the Videos aren't readily available in a folder, I'm betting that they're contained within one of the files, either the biggest one or the one with the most reasonable sounding name. Either way google the file extensions for a program with which to unpack the files and retrieve the videos.
 
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If the Videos aren't readily available in a folder, I'm betting that they're contained within one of the files, either the biggest one or the one with the most reasonable sounding name. Either way google the file extensions for a program with which to unpack the files and retrieve the videos.
Derp. All of the .avi files were stored in one folder (common>videos). Took quite a while to find due to a slurry of inconsistently-named file folders. Thanks for the help; REP'd smile.gif
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