I have a banch of *.ts files I have problem playing on Windows Media Center extenders. How could I convert them to WMV or DivX AVI or MP4?
Thank's a lot.
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If the source of the *.ts files is a DVB card then the files may have non-compliant GOP structure and/or sync issues.
EDIT: Just found another DVB stream tool - TS-Doctor
Cypheros TS-Doctor is designed recorded DVB transport stream to check for errors and, if possible, make it as compatible as it can to play it back without studdering or picture and sound delay. The program tries to change as little as possible in the original stream in order not to create additional incompatibilities. PAT and PMT be adjusted and non-existent PIDs deleted from the tables. The picture and sound streams will be analysed and displayed. Not needed streams will be deleted. The program has a detailed review of H264 and MPEG2 video streams, AC3 and E-AC3 audio streams through CRC check.