December 28th, 2015 by Smile Harney
"WMP can't play mpeg2 video file. WMP v.11 can't play mpeg2 video file (2.93 mg) / no support for file type/required codec n/avail"
MPEG-2 is the second video format among several standards developed by the Moving Pictures Expert Group. It is commonly seen in Digital Video Broadcast and Digital Versatile Discs, or DVDs - as we call it usually. It is known that there are problems when playing MPEG2 on Windows Media Player, especially on Windows XP and Windows Vista.
To import MPEG2 file to Windows Media Player 11 or 10 or earlier versions on Windows XP/Vista, you can install the decoders on the internet. However, this is not a reliable method as we saw so many problems when installing the decoders. In order to solve this problem thoroughly, you need to use this MPEG2 to Windows Media Player converter-iDealshare VideoGo.
Powerful MPEG2 to Windows Media Player Converter-iDealshare VideoGo
Don't be bothered by the complicate decoders on the internet. What you need is to download this powerful app and convert DVD MPEG2 to Windows Media Player supporting format like AVI and WMV. The batch conversion allows you to convert multiple MPEG2 files at one time, avoiding repeated operation and saving your time. Besides, the converted files can be edited with Windows Movie Maker. In other words, you can play or apply the converted MPEG2 video in the Microsoft World, without installing countless decoders each time.
Please follow the step-by-step guide to convert M2TS videos to iMovie with iDealshare VideoGo.
Drag and drop the M2TS file to this program or click "Add File" button to import the original MPEG-2 videos from your pc or hard disc.
Click "Profile" drop-down button and in the small window define the output video format as AVI or WMV from the "General Video" category. When you wish to play MPEG2 on your portable devices, please select your device mode.
Please click the "Convert" button to start the MPEG-2 to WMP video format conversion.
See that? Only three steps, you can solve can't import MPEG2 to Windows Media Player permanently. After that, you can use MPEG2 files in Microsoft world freely. If you come across any problems, please feel free to email us or leave a message on this website. We are eager for any comments for future revise.