Rec&ts2mpg converts .rec and .ts formats (from satellite recorders) to the standard MPEG2 format. Then you will be able to play back output .mpg format with any standard media player or to author DVDs (e.g. in TMPGenc DVD Author).
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RasterVect 25.2 RasterVect can convert raster images (TIFF,JPEG,BMP...) to a vector format. Raster drawings can be imported by scanning paper drawings. Output vector formats (DXF,WMF,EMF,EPS and AI) are used by most CAD / vector programs (Corel Draw, AutoCAD).
Description: Most digital video recorders, including satellite, (Topfield, DreamBox and so on) use the MPEG format for compressing the digitized video signals and record the video in a compressed format to a disk drive (or other memory). But you cannot play back the recordings with a regular MPEG player on your computer (or create DVD from this MPEG) because they are formatted differently from the standard MPEG2 format. Most often output formats for recorders is .rec or .ts. This program converts .rec and .ts formats to the standard MPEG2 format. Then you will be able to play back output .mpg format with any standard player (e.g. Windows Media Player) or to author DVDs in any DVD authoring program (e.g. TMPGenc DVD Author).
iCoolsoft MPEG TS Converter 3.1.10 iCoolsoft MPEG TS Converter is designed to convert .ts files and other MPEG TS videos to all popular video and audio formats, and convert video/audio files of any format to MPEG TS
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