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Default using an application within an asp page

I dont really know if this is the right area for this question but here goes anyway:

I have an asp application that is integrated with a telco aggregator. The user uploads a video via a form on an asp page. This file lands in a folder and these videos are passed on to a list of cell phone customers.

My dilema is that the formats are not always right. The videos have to be 3gpp and sometimes the users upload the wrong format (windows media, quicktime etc...)

I have conversion software but have no clue as to how to integrate it into the application so it converts to 3gpp automatically.

Does asp offer some kind of functionality/object/method that can help me?

Any help is appreciated.


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