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Posted by Amanda Hu | Last updated: October 12, 2019
When you use your default ASF player to play ASF files, are you encountering the problems listed below?
"Can't play asf files on windows 10!"---from JanisDeady
"Can't play an asf file video using Windows Media Player 12 in Windows 7!"---from JosephMercier
"Why can't I play Microsoft .ASF files in win 7 Home Pro?"---from Tullynally
"Can't read ASF files on a MacBook Pro!"---from Mac user Sassula
If your answer is yes, you definitely are searching for a proper solution to make your ASF file playback successful on Windows or Mac. Good news! A free ASF player and other solutions are provided here to solve your problem: How to play ASF files with Windows Media Player & Mac QuickTime Player?
Convert ASF Files to WMA, WMV, MP3, MP4, iPhone, iPad, Android, etc.
Step 1: Find the ASF files in your "Video" list
Step 2: Move your mouse to the ASF files and you will see the "Convert" button from a drop-down menu.
Step 3: Choose the one you prefer from "Convert to MP3", "Convert to AAC" and "Convert to MP4" to convert your ASF files.
Note: If you choose "Convert to MP4", there are more output formats including MP4 AVI FLV MKV MOV etc for iPad iPhone iPod Android etc.
Try 5KPlayer once, you will never regret to download this ASF player. It collects adavantages of other media players and it has superiorities among other media players. For instance, it plays ASF files AVI MKV MTS M2TS 4K 5K 8K videos flawlessly, it download online videos music in seconds and it can AirPlay videos music from iPhone/iPad/iPod to Mac/PC/Apple TV.
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This article shares you three robust SWF players that support opening online/local SWF files on Windows and Mac OS.
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