I encoded a divx movie today. I noticed through that process that if I named the file .divx instead of .avi, the divx player would play it. So, I thought, hey, I'll just do that.
Then when I opened My Kazaa Lite K++, I noticed that K++ doesn't know that .divx is a video file... argh
Okay, I know I can just reassign .avi to the divx player, and have actually done that.
But, I'm left asking myself, why didn't K++ know that was a video file?
Does the underlying network have a definition set that defines what's video vs audio, etc? Or is there something in the registry that defines the list that K++ uses?
Does anyone know exactly what it is / where it is that restricts or defines what K++ considers audio vs video etc?