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> Aoidìn said: You can download what I think is beta version of Realplayer
> Plus G2 fromthe Realplayer site (www.realplayer.com) for no pennies. I'm
> not completely sure that it plays .rm clips as I haven't tried these...but
> I'd guess it does.
Tracey said: Just to let those of you who don't know: .rm or .ram are Real
Media files and can be played with the Real Player G2. It's free from Real: http://www.real.com/products/player/index.html
Just wanted to throw in my .02 here: I downloaded (by accident, sorta)
RealPlayer. Yes, it's free, but it is also the biggest pain in the neck
EVER. It absolutely takes over, inserting itself into startup files, all
over your desktop, the co.'s promotional e-mails are frequent and
non-solicited, and RP itself is harder to shake than Pooh from hunny. Just
letting you know - don't download it unless you're really ready to live with