CCTV DVR file conversion to AVI and it WORKS

You can convert cctv dvr file extensions to avi using CamStudio. It really works and I have done it. There is almost no loss of quality. If you can play your dvr file with the system video player provided by your camera system on your computer, than you can use CamStudio to record it, and convert it to an AVI file. CamStudio records the video as it plays on the screen and converts it to avi. You can adjust the size of the area to record, crop it, etc. It works, and you can load it up on windows media player, or import it into windows movie maker and convert it to a WMV file for YouTube. GO TO CamStudio on google. You can download it for free, and you need to download the lossless codec package as well. The site gives where to go and what to download. Its great, and don’t forget to donate, it works, so help the guy out and show your appreciation. reply



NOTE: If you are using Digicam software, be sure to backup your .DVR data file as a EXE file (choice when you backup) and not as just a DVR file. Play the file in its own portable bootable DVR player file. This works. If you just copy the backup DVR file and try to play it in CamStudio, the video will not be visible in the box. You need to backup as a bootable EXE file and the video will show when converted by CamStudio. reply

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But how to open .vdo extension reply

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DVR file conversion to AVI reply

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but will it do .vvf to avi? reply

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I have downloaded this CamStudio, but clicking the icon I can’t even start the program. How does it exactly work?
I have recorded .dvr files from the TV and then downloaded them on my pc, but apparently nothing can play or convert them... reply

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no it doesnt wok reply

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I have a crazy situation-burnt many dvd’s from writer in the dvr-when I take them to my win 7 64 bit system they allways play files from a previous download evbery time despite unzipping the files to new named foilder ,even hard drive.Yet on the wifes laptop can see the correct date. Whats going on. I’m now told I should only burn small files yet the 24fps captured on 470 tvl cam in any 24 hours does not even fill half a 4.7 g dvd.Pleas help. reply

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thank you so very much for this wonderful information. I have a stalker, who has been captured on my system, however the image is not great, as I did not have the camera configured properly. I have been trying to find a local who can assist, and finally I realised I should try here. reply

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Thanks for such a fabulous itnmroafion. I have seen iphone 3g application and it is very cool, moreover its apps makes life so easy that almost every work can be done on it.pc to phone calls recently posted.. reply

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when i convert file to avi format only video play but no audio present in that video, ol give solution reply

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when i convert file to avi format only video play but no audio present in that video, ol give solution reply

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thank reply

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It did not work for capturing video from MCDPlayer, which is used to output video from many security surveillance system.

Working an insurance case, I recorded the video window I wanted to capture, saved it as MP4, and it SEEMED to work, but only because it plays back through CamStudio’s own internal player the first time -

- but the resulting MP4 file plays, and shows the “MCDPlayer” frame of the window I was trying to capture, but the video itself is solid black/blank.

I tried opening the file directly with the CamStudio player 2.0, and the video was black there as well.

It only played back once, when it was finished recording. From there on, the video was just..gone.

Any ideas? reply

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On the above comment ^^ I forgot to add I tried to open the resulting file with VLC, Media Player Classic with full K-Lite Codec pack, Windows Media, and others, and had the same result with them all.....an MCDPlayer frame with a blank video ticking away the time as it played.

Thanks. reply

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