DAT format is used with several different programs. However, widely used with Microsoft Outlook. Try using Outlook to open the file. If not, go to www.filext.com, enter DAT in the search bar, this will give you more details on different programs that can be used.
VCD format is already an MPG. It is only masked. Open the VCD in your computer and look for the DAT files (.dat extension), all you have to do is change the extension from .dat to .mpg, that's it, play them.
You can try some Video Converter software like mediacoder, wismencoder,Format Factory.If you feel it too troublesome,you can use 1-click to convert software like imelfin video convertor, it can convert any medias to video or audio, even DRM protected medias.You just need to search"imelfin video convertor" in Google Search engine.
DAT is a generic file extension (usually short for DATA). Its format and content are determined by the application that created the file. Without knowing what file created the DAT file, it would be very difficult to deterime how (or even if it was possible) to convert to XLS format. See related links for more information about the DAT file extension.
.dat files do not have any particular format. .dat is simply short for "data", and is used by a large number of programs in various proprietary formats.
As I know, it doesn't matter what the video format is when you burn a video to DVD-rw or DVD+rw. What's important is that whether your DVD burner supports the video format. For example, I use wondershare to burn my DVDs, it supports AVI, MPG, MPEG, WMV, MOV, DAT and many other video formats. So I could burn downloaded movies, videos, even bit torrent and YouTube movie to DVD.
dat extension is a Video CD extension video which when copy into computer cannot be open by so many video editing software like premier pro,vegas, etc but the only way to do this is to convert the file with video converter programs into an AVI extension. AVI extension can be open in any video programs. so i recommend total video converter to do this. for more info mail email@example.com
DVD Creator is the right software for you. You can create DVD from 3GP, AVI, DV, VOB, FLV, M2TS, MTS, SWF, MKV, MPG, MPEG, MPA, DAT, MP4, TS, NSV, MOV, QT, RMVB video etc. For the DVD folder, you can add subtitle, background music and menu with DVD Creator.
Primarily .dat files are used as email formats normally generated by Microsoft and Outlook. Some email clients are incompatible with the format and unable to read them. You can either ask the sender to stop sending emails in this format or buy app from the store which lets you read .dat format files.
convert it into .DAT format
The most common .dat files are video files from a video cd. Try playing with media player. See this also http://filext.com/file-extension/dat
It depends upon you DVD player. If you have simple DVD player then it will play mpeg2 format which are in the .vob files and ac3 which is audio format. It should also play the mpeg1 format which is usually in .dat or called video cds. The new DVD players also support xvid or divx codecs.
There's actually no such thing as a ".dat" file. The .dat extension is a generic one used for "data." It does not have any specific format and thus there is no tool that can open all, or even a majority, of these files.
"Can be just about anything: text, graphic, or general binary data. There is no specific structure for a .DAT file. You can use an editor like EditPad Pro to look inside a .DAT file and possible determine its contents and relationship with a program." - from: "http://filext.com/file-extension/dat"
Hi! There is a DVD/Video Conversion and burning tool - Wondershare DVD Converter Studio, by which you can burn DVD from your .dat file. You can have a try of it at: http://www.dvd-ripper-copy.com/dvd-converter-studio.html#181
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No you cannot. A regular cassette player uses analog technology to pick up, analyse, convert and play analog sounds. DAT stands for Digital Audio Tape. DAT format is digital and uses 1s and 0s like a computer hard drive. The analog cassette will not be able to get any meaningful information from a DAT tape. So i need to buy a special DAT player to play DAT's?
Try total video converter which can open VCD .dat files and convert any formats you like.
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Too many variables to give an answer (which camera, which version of Mac OS/Quicktime, what video format etc.) but you should ensure you are using the latest software available to you from both Apple and the camera's manufacturer. You could try adding the Perian plug-in to Quicktime (See links below) or disabling it if you already have it. If that does not help try viewing the video with the VLC player. what u need to do is play the video and if it pops up with a black screen with sound all u need to do is restart ur video. Mine does dat too and i fixed mine
Go to your camera at the bottom right it has a camera and video click video or download an app for videoUsing this free-running software, you can finish the Convert movie to iPad .This converter easily convert AVI, MPEG, WMV, MOV, DAT, VOB, 3GP, 3GPP2 to iPad MP4, MOV video formats with this Video Converter iPad Mac ,May be you will want to try .It is a good choice for you save time.
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FlashGet is a type of download manager software for video files. To download videos with FlashGet, right click on the mouse and choose the Download Videos From option. The file will automatically download with FlashGet. You can then save the file and rename it with a .dat extension.