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Old Unix and Linux 09-30-2017   -   Original Discussion by kovacsdev
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Unix or Linux Question Play STRG - E-Viewer Recorded Stream file

I have got a .strg file, which I cannot open. I tried NMS Player from Novus, but It can't handle STRG files. How can I play these recordings?

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Old Unix and Linux 09-30-2017   -   Original Discussion by kovacsdev
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I don't think there is software available to play these CCTV files on Linux or UNIX platforms.
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