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Uncompressed audio files, are not compressed at all, much like BMP images.They reproduce the audio perfectly, but take up a lot of space (around 10MB per minute), which can be precious in a Scratch project.Lossless audio files also reproduce the sound perfectly, but utilize compression schemes allowing them to be about half the size of an uncompressed file.These are useful in projects because they have lower file sizes while still keeping the same sound quality.The problem here windows 8 default video app doesn't open 3gp and I have to open VLC first then open the file from there. I do not have a Microsoft Account so I cannot verify that this works with Metro apps too, but it's worth a shot.Please note, I am using the Windows 8 store version of VLC (Modern UI). This will make VLC default for all filetypes is associated with, not just 3gp.File name extension subkeys have the following general form: .File name extension subkeys are stored in the HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT subtree.

Specify if you want special features (if available) to appear when media plays, such as subtitles and dubbed audio.To associate the file type with a new application, define a Prog ID for your application.For information about defining a new Prog ID, see Programmatic Identifiers.How do I set VLC for windows 8 (store version) as the default 3gp video player in Windows 8.1, when right clicking on a file from Windows explorer and selecting "open with" it does not list VLC. You can see that mine is currently set to the desktop version of VLC, because it doesn't have the uniform Metro icon.When going to control panel I can't see 3gp as a file extension for VLC while VLC can open these. Choose VLC for Windows 8 to use the app version of VLC as the default player for all videos.However, Acrobat and Reader X do not provide a way to create legacy multimedia files.