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Hi there, I have a file here that I can’t get to play, it’s a 700mb movie. The extension (in the properties) is avi, but the file name is “movie.ts-orc”
I tried every codecs here, but still it doesn’t work!

Please someone, help! reply

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03-27-2007 03:41 PM
fyx

TS in this context means TeleSync.
http://www.vcdquality.com/index.php?page=faq reply

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03-27-2007 05:35 PM
aurelio

I downloaded and extracted elecard, and all I get is the install and un-install page of elecard. Is this happening with any one else? reply

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03-30-2007 10:46 PM
Jay Lesner

Rick Droske wrote:
I downloaded and ran the install for the elecard codec but my Windows media player still does not recognize .ts files. There are no instructions with it, is there something else I need to do?

What media player version are you using? Make sure to use a later one... reply

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04-06-2007 06:28 PM
Justhereforaquickie

Rick Droske wrote:
I downloaded and ran the install for the elecard codec but my Windows media player still does not recognize .ts files. There are no instructions with it, is there something else I need to do?

Media Player Classic plays DVD’s and .ts files without the need to install any codecs. It is a very good media player, very small in size so quick download, and is available free - just google it. reply

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04-17-2007 06:15 AM
BigBols

I am having the same problem.

Downloaded and ran the install for the elecard codec but my Windows media player still does not recognize .ts files. There are no instructions with it, is there something else I need to do?

Thanks.

Moby reply

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05-18-2007 08:46 AM
Moby

Downloaded Elecard as well, no joy... Wagwan? reply

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06-17-2007 01:43 PM
Jamoo

Is it possible to play this files on a real DVD??? Matias reply

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07-09-2007 06:39 PM
Matias

I downloaded and ran the install for the elecard codec but my Windows media player still does not recognize .ts files. There are no instructions with it, is there something else I need to do? reply

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07-15-2007 06:14 AM
Ideas

i know this post is kinda old but i followed paulasa steps and everything worked expect the sound i got no sound playing my .ts file how can i fix this? reply

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08-07-2007 01:10 AM
w00t

where do i can get ATSC standard .ts files reply

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08-23-2007 04:43 AM
dilip

Is there a way to convert downloads *.avi files to *.ts files to watch on my humax? reply

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08-28-2007 05:05 AM
blanket
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For anyone who has trouble with this just go to the file tab and choose open. navigate to your saved video ts files and choose the first one, .IFO and it will play. Hope this helps reply

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10-20-2007 10:35 PM
Socketman

i got same problem. i downloaded but my computer still couldn’t run that file reply

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10-31-2007 10:50 AM
Luluoz

i also tried installing elecard to play .ts file on WMP. no luck. i have the origanal HD DVD and blue-ray DVD films saved to my pc untuched never been compressed as i would like to play the format like u play a dvd. can anyone help out. thanks. im a pc geek lol i know alot about pcs accept this. as its HD tech thats why reply

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11-01-2007 11:54 AM
dj-flatbeat matthew kellett

Hi.Ineed halp me about elecard plugin.crack or keygan or siryal.thanks reply

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11-04-2007 07:18 PM
pinkyman

I have downloaded from my satelite respoder files with the extension *vid. How can I change them reply

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11-20-2007 01:43 PM
henk

i would like to be able to convert ts files so i can put them on my wm5 based pocket pc. the sync programs wont allow it. reply

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12-12-2007 03:56 PM
browner

Vlc works great. reply

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01-02-2008 07:12 AM
nick333

VLC Media Player plays these fine ( http://www.videolan.org ) reply

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01-02-2008 09:51 AM
Stevie Boyd

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