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Old 04-03-2018, 11:32 PM   #16
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Vlc player is not working
Old 04-04-2018, 07:05 AM   #18
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Originally Posted by Chinnaroy143 View Post
Vlc player is not working
  • You are asking about WINDOWS on LINUXQuestions. You will not get good answers for Windows questions in the wrong place.
  • You are AGAIN not answering ANY of the several questions you've been asked in the past.
If you are going to ignore everyones questions, suggestions, and advice, then there is NO POINT in you posting here, is there? VLC will play .ts files just fine, but (AGAIN), you are telling us next to ZERO about how these files are getting created, other than 'pvr format'. PVR is a generic format, and most software that generates such files also can save it as different formats and/or convert it.

I'd suggest you contact Windows support, and also the support for whatever software is creating these files. Since you won't listen to us, perhaps you'll listen to them.
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How did you get these files? The file example you said had *.ts.pvr so I'd be inclined to believe that it is a common container. You may have to find the first .ts file in the sequence to run.

Pretty much VLC plays the most formats that I know of.

If it can't play them then you'll have to find out what this .pvr format is if it isn't a common transport stream (ts)
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I just followed your link and it gave many options for all which you have to download, do virus check and run the packages.

I also just googled for pvr converter and got many results including which has a line under step 3

It’s also easy to play Sun Direct recording format and other recorded video formats on your gadgets.
Tips: This freeware is not only a converter lets you play set top box video format like PVR , but also deals with kinds of popular video to video, video to audio conversions seamlessly.
What did you try?



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