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Valley Bible has used different video formats over the years. Some of our older videos may not be as clear or the sound quality may be a bit distorted; we apologize for this inconvenience. Reformatting of these videos to a modern format is not possible at this time due to labor and time constraints.
Videos you'll find on this site have been recorded in the following formats:
Most modern players may be able to display any of the formats above. Your computer (pc) would normally come with Windows Media Player (.wmv) installed. The other players can be easily downloaded and installed.
NOTE: Software will generally ask you if you want it to be the default player. If you're not sure or you utilize another player to play your music or videos, etc. then it would probably be best to say no to this question.
Our audio files have been recorded in the following formats:
The Real Video player listed above will also play your Real Audio files.
Recommended Multimedia Player
The VLC player is a cross-platform multimedia player that plays most multimedia files as well as DVD, Audio CD, and various streaming protocols.