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Conversion of WebEx ARF format to Apple QuickTime MOV video. ARF to MOV video converters.

WebEx programs generally have the capability to convert their recordings to Windows Media Video format, ShockWave Flash or MPEG-4. Just convert your .arf files using WebEx to one of these formats and then convert that one to QuickTime MOV format using any of the available multimedia converters.

Unfortunately, there is no detailed software record in the database for this conversion.


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Files with are extension are recording saved in the specific WebEx format. WebEx applications are used to create and recording Internet meetings. WebEx advanced recording file contains video and audio data, and many other information saved on separated panels.

An arf file extension is related to AIM AOL instant messaging client for various platforms. An arf file stores some kind of data resources.

An arf file extension is related to the PacMania 2, a remake of PacMan video game. An arf file stores game archive.

An arf file extension is related to the Axon RAW Format developed by INDEC BioSystems.

Files with arf file extension are data files in Flexible Image Transport System commonly used in astronomy. Also known as FITS images.


Files with mov extension can be found as digital movies and multimedia files format for QuickTime from Apple. MOV file format is a multimedia container format that can store one or more tracks of data such as video, audio, text, and effects.

Files with mov file suffix are also used by AutoCAD AutoFlix for its movies.

A mov file extension is related to the ROSE, an MMORPG video game. A mov file stores game data.


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