Openbox S9 recorded playback (1 Viewer)

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chadg2

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Hello I recorded "I heart radio" last night on my FAT 32 harddrive, is there any windows program that will play the recorded video & audio back on my computer from the original file recorded file off the hdd? Windows media player won't play it. Thanks, Chad:confused:
 

Jim S.

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If it's a .dvr file, you need to convert it to a .ts file. Look up "Ariva A200 TS Tool". Run it with your hard drive connected to the computer and select the files on the hard drive; if you copy them off somewhere else it won't be able to find them because it's looking for the PVR's directory structure. After you convert them, Windows 7 should play them natively. If you have a different OS, get VLC from VideoLAN - VLC: Official site - Free multimedia solutions for all OS!
 

Anole

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I don't keep up with the firmware nor the differences between S9 / S10 / Manhattan.
But, didn't one of 'em have a firmware update to dispense with the queer recording format?
Thought they now recorded in some manner that was directly playable with VLC??
 

Jim S.

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Yes, recent versions of both the S9 and S10 firmware (I have no idea about the Manhattan) allow you to record as .ts or .mpg.
 

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Windows media player can open TS files... Just click the file & choose the program. There are several programs that can convert the file as well to make it more universal, but keep a backup because it might not play on your openbox any more
 
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