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Old 19th January 2010, 09:27   #1  |  Link
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playing transport steam file with "tp" extension

hi mates,

does anyone of you can watch *.tp files on windows media player?
I know for sure that I can easily play all *.ts files because I have installed ffdshow and haali media splitter, but I can't play my .*tp files...why??

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Old 19th January 2010, 17:38   #2  |  Link
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Hi!

Typically, the software you use to create a file will either include needed codecs and/or player for playback, or will clearly indicate what is required for playback. If not, you can always playback your original source material.

What software did you use to create this .TP file? What was your original source material?
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Windows Media Player belongs to the least popular players here, most popular here is MPC-HC which isn't bad, there aren't great alternatives, maybe VLC, KMPlayer, SMPlayer, Zoom Player, there are many others, non that impresses me like a application like MediaMonkey, DVBViewer or VisualStudio. Should be fair to say it's difficult to built players and filters and there are many different interests. What powerful applications like MediaMonkey, DVBViewer or VisualStudio have is automation and extensibility, something most if not all players lack, sorry about the rant.
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What software did you use to create this .TP file? What was your original source material?
hi mate and thanks for your reply,
those .tp files I was trying to play back came belong my TVIX M-6600. It's a stand alone personal video recorder.
I'll post you a web link where you can see it: http://www.tvix.co.kr/ENG/products/HDM6600.aspx

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thanks to your answer too!

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those .tp files I was trying to play back came belong my TVIX M-6600. It's a stand alone personal video recorder.
The link you've provided indicates that theTVIX-M6600 is a PLAYER only?
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no, no hang on! I even bought the DVB-T tuner and it's became like this one. http://www.tvix.co.kr/ENG/products/PVRM6640N.aspx
see the module at this link: http://www.kjglobal.co.uk/acatalog/TVIX_T441.html
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TVIX has its own forum....
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that's not the question...I just asked for something different!
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I just asked for something different!
You asked how to play that files. And I directed you to the forum of TVIX so you can find more about the format of the TP files.
If you want to find specific info, you have to go there, where the people are knee-deep in the knowledge.
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