.tp file

07-11-2004 02:42 AM
xingmu

I downloaded a file that is supposed to be a video ripped from an HDTV. The extension is .tp? Sounds fake to me, I used both AVICodec and GSpot to try and figure out what type of video file it is. AVICodec said it was an MPEG1 but I couldn’t open it in WinDVD or Windows Media Player (both of those usually play MPEG1, right?). GSpot said it was not an AVI file. Anybody have an idea of what to do? I really want to see the video!! reply

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07-25-2004 04:28 PM
cageman

As i understand it. A TP file is a type of mpeg1. I have a FusionHDTV card, when it records HD programs it creates a TP file.

I don’t know of another program that can play that file. Perhaps the DivX player?

The Dvico software includes a converter for those silly files. reply

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07-28-2004 07:04 PM
xingmu

Thanks for the reply! I downloaded FusionHDTV software but I have to get the serial to run it. Maybe it’s asking too much but it’d be super nice if you could give me the serial just so i can watch this file and then be done with it. :)

Alissa reply

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08-24-2004 11:08 PM
Someone

Wait a second. HDTV is a MPEG2 stream if that matters anymore. Yes they are ".tp” files and I have downloaded a few samples. I use MPlayer on Mac OS X and it can decode them OK. (There are some errors with sound loosing sync, but it is a beautiful image.) In fact, I now own 2 HDTV cards, one for my Dual G5 and another for my Linux box.
:) reply

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08-24-2004 11:14 PM
Someone

Hey, me again. I just tried VideoLAN client and that works too to decode HDTV.tp files.

http://www.videolan.org/vlc/

Enjoy reply

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11-15-2004 08:56 PM
Sifiguy

To Someone
.tp files are also used by MyHD MDP-120 HDTV tuner and capture card.
Where did you download the samples/

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05-17-2007 05:00 PM
some one

I PLAY THE FILES WITH DIVX AND IT WORKS GREAT!! reply

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01-13-2009 11:07 AM
tp_is_mpeg-2

You can use a free program that needs no Serial number. Use VLC to watch HD files with the TP ext.

xingmu wrote:
I downloaded a file that is supposed to be a video ripped from an HDTV. The extension is .tp? Sounds fake to me, I used both AVICodec and GSpot to try and figure out what type of video file it is. AVICodec said it was an MPEG1 but I couldn’t open it in WinDVD or Windows Media Player (both of those usually play MPEG1, right?). GSpot said it was not an AVI file. Anybody have an idea of what to do? I really want to see the video!!

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01-13-2009 11:09 AM
tp_is_mpeg-2

Use the free software called VLC to watch HD with the file ext. TP reply

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03-06-2010 09:44 AM
etwong

VLC works great for me. Thanks for the info! reply

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05-23-2010 09:04 AM
JOHHHNYYY

GOM player can easily read any file including .tp extension. reply

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06-30-2010 03:46 PM
DJ guy

I have an HD stream generator (hardware) that plays those files. They’re usually for stores to send one signal to several tvs...Where did you find the files to download? reply

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07-10-2010 03:51 AM
ulillillia

DJ Guy, I just picked one of these up secondhand for my A/V store. It didn’t come with a remote or a manual. I’ve tried putting in retail DVDs to copy them to the hard drive, but in the Update menu it doesn’t list any titles. Does it require a special disc, or that files on the disc already be in .tp format? I purchased it under the impression it would encode DVDs to its internal hard drive. reply

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01-02-2011 07:31 AM
Baker

You can convert it to other type files :
/http://www.tpconverter.com/
or
You can open it with KM player (tp codec) reply

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07-10-2011 11:30 AM
de doctor best

all you have to do is drag the tp file onto the controller of the VLC file. and it should play. reply

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12-29-2011 01:15 AM
Jeromerc

You may kindly send to me the file and I’ll try to change the file type. Give me your email address while I’ll send to you mine. Kindly sent it to : jerome_culang@yahoo.com reply

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01-01-2012 12:23 PM
cdx1

there are a fair few 3D movie files that use the .tp file type i use cyberlink powerdvd 11 to view them also as others have said vlc works fine on HD files just not 3d reply

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02-22-2012 01:12 AM
lazerama
1 posts

I have a great little video recorder from divico called the Tvix. It records broadcasts in 'tp' format. I recently bought the AVS4YOU program suite with lifetime upgrades and to my suprise has proven to be worth every penny. I’ve spent days hunting for codec paks and hours configuring them. Now, everything I play runs rite out of the box with this software. I haven’t found anything that it won’t play or convert. Hope that helps any of you weary searchers. reply

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05-27-2012 01:30 PM
rochelle

will this work with .tp 001 files? reply

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02-24-2014 09:59 AM
babas

I use faasoft to play .tp file. reply

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