1) Download the
latest GSpot zip file, and extract the
four files inside of it. If you don't know what a "zip file" is, ask a
is no "install". Simply double click on "gspot.exe" (one of the four
extracted files) to run GSpot
3) Use the "File > Open"
menu item (or just drag and drop) the unplayable file so that GSpot will
be able to examine it.
4) If you see a message
like the one at the right, you need to install a "codec" so that Windows
Media Player can understand the file and play it. Codec downloads are
not available at this site, but a simple Google search (e.g. "mjpg
codec" or "Motion JPEG codec" for the example at right) should do the
Download the appropriate codec and run its "install" or otherwise follow
the instructions provided.
6) This will "upgrade"
your system so that Windows Media Player (and/or other players you may
have) will now play the file correctly.