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I figure a conversion is needed. Don't think that makes any difference but the difference between playing or not playing .wtv files seems to be related to which tuner I'm using. Click here to join today! Rip Disney DVDs to H.265 MKV/MP4 in 30x faster with NVIDIA CUDA technology Get BluRip Alternative to Decrypt Blu-ray to Multi-track Video on Windows 10 Pavtube ByteCopy Upgraded Supported NVIDIA CUDA navigate here

I am on a windows 8 machine. If it can, follow this guide to produce a new copy of the recording with the codec removed: http://glenndcitrix.wordpress.com/201... If the source has the flag set, it's enforced by WMC. So maybe that's something you can look into...

We tend to have low expectations with any support these days, but turned out to be very impressed with yours. chadd View Public Profile Find More Posts by chadd live/recorded tv won't play « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Similar help and support threads Thread Forum Cannot Play recorded TV Or if it should be.

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David Gunter 100 Points Posted 3 years ago Helpful? 0 Me Too Un-Me Too 1 Follow Unfollow 7 All 8 Replies 3 years ago Glenn Dobson, Community Leader 109,694 Points Hi Media Player cannot play the copy-protected files. Windows 7: live/recorded tv won't play 24 Sep 2010 #1 chadd win 7 pro 64 22 posts live/recorded tv won't play i posted this in a couple other it seemed to be a success as all my files (.mkv, .avi, .dvr-ms, .wtv) were playing just fine in MPC-HC, but when i went to watch a recorded show in 7MC,

Like Comment 0 people like this Submit Cancel 3 years ago David Gunter 100 Points The media encoder allowed me to open and play the file Glenn. When I open media center and click on Live TV, I have no sound. Special Promotion Pavtube ByteCopy Search Recent Posts Copy DVD to DiskStation DS216se for Streaming Over Network How to Convert 16:9 .mts to 4:3 DVD? Simply enter your Media Access Key, and click "OK" to confirm. 2.

Board index Powered by phpBB © This website is not affiliated with Microsoft. http://www.sevenforums.com/media-center/113446-live-recorded-tv-wont-play.html Sure you can fairly easily remove the protection by converting the files, but then YOU are liable and not MS. No, create an account now. is there a different directx that needs to be installed?

Board index All times are UTC - 7 hours [ DST ] Powered by phpBB © 2000, 2002, 2005, 2007 phpBB Group Copyright © 2009-2017, Media Center Master, Inc. http://martop.net/media-player/how-to-play-avi-files-on-windows-media-player.html Launch the Tivo Converter and import Tivo. Media Center can not play recorded tv?hello all, just recorded most of season 2 of the walking dead series yesterday. Media Center will play the file but Media Player will not.

Oddba11, Jan 30, 2015 #14 Sponsor This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies. Oddba11, Jan 16, 2015 #2 dvk01 Derek Moderator Malware Specialist Joined: Dec 14, 2002 Messages: 50,495 It does play in WMP on my W8 media center computer I am assuming that I'd seen some mention of Playready on this post and I have it on my computer but as far as I can see looking at all the info I can find, http://martop.net/media-player/can-windows-media-player-play-mp4.html Choose WMV as output format Click the Format menu, select Windows Media Player friendly format as your output video format.

The VLC Player link worked for me to play it back. And based on what I've read, WMC now contains copy protection (thus your WMP playback issues). It says the file format is not supported or the file is corrupt.

So the old files working and the new files not working isn't relevant.

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The problem seems to be related to my new PC/TV tuner. I also tried MCEbuddy and it converted a file but it took a horrendously long time to convert just 1 half-hour recording. Three possible solutions: 1, make Media Player able to play copy-protected files. 2, Make Media Center record all files non-copy-protected. 3, Make Media Center DLNA compliant so it can send the weblink Sound & Audio Recorded TV or Live TV over NetworkI spent hours trying to access recorded tv on the main computer with Windows Media Center on another computer.

More than that, it also provides an access to touch up TiVo videos, which including trimming, cropping, appending artistic effects and more. Tweet This entry was posted in Media Player. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. What can I do?

But how about all those precious photos, address lists, the family genealogy, and everything else that lives on your home network? I doubt it can be shut off as it's a copyright issue. Another option is right-click and "convert to .dvr-ms" but I get an error message and am unable to do that. DAvid G.

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