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.TS Files Won't Play

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    buserian

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    I've got a 9200T, and have recently been experimenting with pulling some of the programs off the PVR to play on a laptop. Some playback fine in VLC, but others I get a few shifting blocks, and no audio. I've tried copying them from the PVR again, but no difference. They play fine on the 9200T.

    I'm using HumaxGUI from the 9200T downloads page to transfer the files, and VLC to watch them. Any advice on how to get the problem programs to play?

    Cheers,
    Graham

    Sat 31 Dec 2011 9:22:18 #1 |
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    Try Splash Lite

    http://mirillis.com/en/products/splash.html

    Sat 31 Dec 2011 11:21:01 #2 |
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    Splash refuses to play the problem programs at all - I get an instant "can't open input file" error.

    Can anyone else help, please?

    Cheers,
    Graham

    Mon 2 Jan 2012 19:45:58 #3 |
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    Hi I don't know if this will help but I've been using Hummyreadfiles 0.94 to take the files off the Humax and playing them with DVD Play or changing the file extension from .ts to .rec and playing and editing with MPEG Streamclip but to do this you need the old version of Streamclip as the recent versions have removed this capability, also it doesn't work too well with 64bit like my new computer. I hope this helps .Good luck .Ruth

    Wed 4 Jan 2012 4:34:00 #4 |
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    Welcome to the forum Graham

    ISTR having similar problems early on (is it really 7 years ago?). Some of the files could be opened in videoredo and then edited but there was a setting that needed to be adjusted first. I don't remember what that was but it would be on videoredo's forum - somthing like the number of gops or frames to be read when opening the file. Videoredo isn't free though there is a trial, but you may want to try a free one first such MPEGstreamclip (which requires an older version of quicktime) or Project X (which uses Java).

    Wed 4 Jan 2012 19:51:49 #5 |

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