I need help with a .lvf file!

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LVFPlus does nothing,I installed it tonight and it does absolutely nothing at all. I am a programmer and in Networking Class in college right now and I would know. The way you use the lvf2avi converter is:
1.Download the file
2.Run the executable file you downloaded to install the converter on a WINDOWS COMPUTER.
3.Open the lvf2avi converter from Start>All Programs>Lvf2avi
4.Put in the source of the .lvf file(where the backed up video is located)(most likely in your videos folder or somewhere on your hardrive.
5.Under the conver to .avi window locate where you want the finished product to be saved at(I used my videos folder).
6.CLick in the convert button on the left(I know there are question marks for some reason but it works)(The button is highlighted in bold.)
7.Wait for the video to convert and to be saved in the output location(Videos Folder).

Hope this helped everybody. I try to explain it as much as possible. If you need further help dont hesitate to contact me at ps3androidhacker@yahoo.com. I am still converting my videos to this day and the converter is working like a charm! reply

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Here I found a codec. So you can play this file with windows media player here’s the link: https://rapidshare.com/files/2665981226/BL-9909.zip reply

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Thanks a lot Andy !!!

You’re the man :P

I tried lots of things & digging but useless....your link solved my problem !

Thanks mate reply

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Thanks a Lot !!!! CM FERADOR

The Codec Works with the Latest Gom Player and With Media Player Classic reply

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This Codec Works with the Latest Gom Player and With Media Player Classic reply

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Go to this link and and down laod the Lvf2Avi program. It will convert from .lvf to .avi. It works great! I too was looking for a converter and found this, and it’s free.. Good Luck.

http://www.cctvcommunity.co.uk/questions/65/Gemini+-+Software%2C+manual reply

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lvf can play with media player classic, just right click then open with choose media player classic to play reply

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pleas send me mp2xx@yahoo.com reply

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the rapidshare link dead ! can someone re-upload it please ?
“https://rapidshare.com/files/2665981226/BL-9909.zip”
i need that codec ! reply

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Can Someone Re-Upload “https://rapidshare.com/files/2665981226/BL-9909.zip” Please ? I Need It !
This Is My email Address: KHB)MA@yahoo.com reply

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Very Very simple. Rename .lvf to mpg and open with windows media player. Convert to any format with Ultra video splitter reply

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Andy downloading you link lvf to avi works then I opened them up in Windows Movie Maker here the files loaded and played and the problem I had with windows media I couldn’t save them to my desktop with windows movie maker you can.

All I can say is Thankyou so much for the link :-)) reply

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If anyone needs an alternative to work the easy conversion of this file still, here’s what worked for me easy as pie (I love linux):

I simply opened winff and dropped the file into it as the input and requested that avi be the output and then double-clicked the resulting avi and voila~! It plays reply

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When your LVF files have been downloaded you then open windows movie maker and add them even though they are in avi format each frame you see has appx 10 frames each you have to go through them seperately to find what ever caption you are looking for, To save a single frame, at the bottom of the largest view box you will see a camera clock on it and you can save it in Jpeg reply

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