How to Open MPEG Files Quickly & Easily

Need to open MPEG files but don't have MPEG 1 System Stream?

Your computer uses file associations to determine which software is used to open and view a specific file. Although many software packages share certain file types, some file types must be opened in binary format. Binary format is a fancy way of saying that it has to be opened in the program in which it was created. In a nutshell, either you're missing the correct software, or your file associations are wrong.

Here's how to open your MPEG file quickly and easily...




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3 Solutions to Open MPEG Files


1. Download the Correct Software

You can download MPEG 1 System Stream to open your MPEG file. This will ensure that you view the file exactly as intended, unless the MPEG file is corrupt. You may also Google to find out if other software packages use the same file format, and download that.

2. Create the Correct File Associations

Navigate to your file associations settings on your Windows or Mac computer, and create a file association for MPEG files. Depending on your operating system, you will right-click on the MPEG file, select "Open With" and select either MPEG 1 System Stream or a similar software program from the installed programs on your PC.

3. Try a Universal File Viewer

If you have tried all of the other solutions for opening MPEG files and nothing else works, it may be worthwhile to try a universal file viewer.

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