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Software that can be used for conversion of mp4 file type to vlc format.

The popular VLC media player supports huge number of media files, including MP4, so there is no need for some kind of VLC specific conversion. However, the program also posses modest conversion capability of its own accessible from the Media ► Convert / Save section.

You can also get messages from VLC player about missing codecs, in this case download and install VLC codec packs that should fix the problem.

There is also the possibility that you are unable to playback your media file (in this case .mp4) and looking for some kind of solution. Maybe your video download was corrupted, or you copied the file from a corrupted physical disc, in either way you should recheck if your media file is not corrupted. Try to play it with some other media player, like the standard Windows Media Player and see if it works or not.

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

 

Additional links: mp4 file extension details, vlc file extension details

MP4

An mp4 file extension is typically used for MPEG-4 multimedia files defined by ISO 14496-1 standard. Commonly used for video and movie files and supported by vast number of media players.

VLC

Files with vlc suffix are playlists for the popular VLC media player. Contains list of songs or videos to be played in specific or random order.

The VLC file extension is related to the ACUCOBOL-GT a development environment for COBOL programming language. The *.vlc file contains license information.

 

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