Open Windows Phone files without .TNL file attached to it

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I recorded a video on Windows phone but it does not have .TNL file attached to it. I could not open it neither on my phone or on computer. Is there anything that can be done to save this video or is there any option to open it?
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Are you sure on the TNL file extension? As far as I can tell it’s a thumbnail image format not a video file. If you are sure on the file extension you may want to try VLC media player. It plays a lot of different video formats

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  • Subhendu Sen
    It is required some special codec files/setup to run some video files. Either the file extension that you mentioned, is an associated file for main file that helps to run the main file properly Or your phone/desktop computer does not have proper codes installed that can help to run the same. Please check both the ways.
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  • Mimiron
    First of all, thank you for your answer. I'm sure about the extension because other video files I recorded had this .tnl file with the same name as video attached to it, but this video didn't. VLC is not open it either.
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  • Mimiron
    #Subhendu Sen I think it is the associated file to video since other videos I recorded had this .tnl file with the same name as video and I could play them on my computer. Is there anything I can do in this case? Thank you for your answer.
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  • Subhendu Sen
    If possible, you can ask the source (email attachment etc.) to send this particular file again/ if you have downloaded from the net, please link this URL again and try to download the same file.
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  • ToddN2000
    It could be a corrupt file. What is the file size? Did you get any error when recording it like low battery or memory issues? Was this saved to the phones memory or possibly a micro SD card?
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