webminster wrote:VideoRedo can directly open recorded TV files from WMC (wtv files). I very often open recorded TV files from WMC win7 to cut commercials and edit for my TV/Movie library. It can save video in original format, translate to another container type (like MKV, DVRMS, etc), and can recode video as well (like MPEG2 to MPEG4, etc).
Can't answer the question about Win10, don't use it, so don't know if it has any built-in video converters (if that's what you're asking).
I believe VRD has a free trial mode, I'd suggest you try it and see if it does what you want. I think it'll do what you're looking for and more.
gary94080 wrote:in a side question, anyone know if Windows 10 can convert a WMC 7 file to DVR-MS? I don't have easy access to a Windows 10 computer to try that out.
choliscott wrote:Have you had a chance to look at VideoRedo? I've been using the program for a few years now & tried editing some of the New H.264 formats which it handles with no issues.
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