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How To Convert .ts Files To Format Recognized By Nxt Pro 4 Editing Suite

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Hi all,

 

Bought a bridge device to capture video from my old Sony VX2100. The specs indicated that it would output to an MPEG 2 format.

 

The bridge device (Hauppauge WinTV-HVR-1955) actually outputs to a .ts file extension that the NXT Pro 4 editing suite doesn't seem to recognize.

 

I tried the Copy and Convert function for the first time, pulled up the file in the left panel, then selected "Video" on the right panel. This converted the file to a .vcpf format, which still wasn't recognized by NXT Pro 4.

 

Couldn't find anything in the archives on what to do. All help appreciated.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Video Copy & Convert, VideoWave or MyDVD should both recognize any .ts file, or at least it is listed as a recognized format...

 

However, you didn't find the actual VCC converted file but only located the Project File, vcpf. (thanks for including that as it is the answer to your question ;) )

 

Click the little dots icon and see where it put the actual file:

 

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But also check and see if you can't simply use the .ts files directly skipping any conversion.

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ts file extension Rename them to .mpeg, Go to Folder Options , click the View tab and uncheck the box next to Hide extensions for known file types before completing the right click rename your .ts file to .mpeg.

 

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.vcpf format Because it's a Roxio Video Copy & Convert, Project file.

 

 

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