Unfortunately for your case, all the developer tools for Muse are currently geared towards people with technical backgrounds.
So the tool to use to replay .muse files is MusePlayer. Have you looked at all at the Research Tools Getting Started tutorial? It touches briefly on using MusePlayer to convert a .muse file. The only difference when you’re replaying rather than converting is that you use a slightly different command. The tutorial is here: http://developer.choosemuse.com/rese…etting-started
It’s a good introduction to connecting to Muse in general. I would really recommend trying it out if you haven’t already.
To replay a file you could use a command like this (there’s no getting around using the command prompt, I’m afraid):
muse-player -f the_name_of_your_file.muse -s
This will start replaying the .muse file, sending the data to port 5001 on your computer. Open MuseLab, type in 5001 into the Port text box, select “UDP”, and click “Open”.
Hope that helps a bit!