Why can't my computer open a Jing video (free version)?

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Try dragging the file into a web browser window. (Learn how to open SWFs in a default browser automatically.) We recommend sending the video to Screencast.com then sharing the link to ensure there's no issues for viewers.
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This is the updated link for learning how to open a SWF in a default browser.

http://blogs.techsmith.com/tips-how-t...
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Why can't I just save a Jing video as a regular video file onto my computer?

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Why can't I just save a Jing video as a regular video file onto my computer?.

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