A small challenge for the bright video people at MR I have a problem with an old video file. It was downloaded about 4 years ago, and I believe the format to be some kind of WMV. I'm unable to play it in QuickTime and VLC. VLC says: "Cannot open codec (Windows Media Video 9)" followed by: "no suitable media decoder for fourcc 'WMV3'. VLC probably does not support this audio or video codec". I've tried opening it in Handbrake. It says no valid source selected. I've tried with Flip4Mac (Windows Media Components for QuickTime). That seems to open it in right size, but is unable to play it. If anyone here wants to give it a go, it would be greatly appreciated. The video can be downloaded here: [link removed after solution was found] Filesize about 302MB. It should have a running length of about 20-30 minutes. The file has lost its extension at some point in time. I would expect it to be .wmv. (The file contains an interview from a public, state-owned, European TV-station, and will most likely be boring for most people to watch, unless you know a Scandinavian language. Also, don't fear any copyright issue.) I'd appreciate any kind of tips and tricks, but of course, if you're simply able to transcode it into a "modern" format for me, I'd be eternally grateful Thanks in advance!