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Discussion in 'New Member Introductions - Site Assistance' started by perryrolle, Jan 21, 2012.
Does anyone know how to download a .arf file on ipad2?
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Did a little looking around, because I did not recognize the extension. Looks like it's an archive for WebEX.
WebEX for iPad is your best bet. You might want to visit the support site first to see if it will download and view the files. The description on the apps' App Store page is a bit vague on the point.
The other option is to convert the file to a .wmv. I'm not what sure what tool you'd use for that, but it would probably have to be on a computer. After you have the .wmv you should be able to use anyone of several apps to view it. I use OPlayer.
Thanks. I downloaded the webex for ipad. It does not allow me to view existing files but it appears that I will at least be able to participate in webex sessions for my classes using iPad. I will try the second option with converting the file type on a computer and then transfermg to my iPad.
If you find a good conversion solution please let us know, for the next person down the line.