Convert PRV Recording to AVI or WMV for Much Improved Viewing Options

A personal video recorder (PVR) is a piece of equipment which is somewhat similar in design to the older styled video tape records and offers the opportunity for the person to record a high volume of their favorite TV shows and programs.

A personal video recorder is made to record in a format that is referred to as.pvr, which doesn't offer the best options for play back on other home based or mobile devices (iPad, iPhone, e-readers, tablets, etc). If you're wishing to play back or edit the PVR recordings on a computer using Windows Media Player or a similar application than you are likely to come into some difficulty. In order to effectively play the records it will first be necessary to convert the original PVR recording to an alternative multimedia playback format, such as AVI. The AVI format for instance is highly versatile and is commonly used on a wide range of multimedia devices mostly due to the fact it is able to offer high quality output and a high rate of compression.

It is possible to decode a PVR file into multiple different formats depending on where you wish to play back the recording. Besides the AVI format, you also have the option to use some of the other common format types, such as MPEG, MOV, WMV, and MP4. Also, a further benefit once the recording is transferred to a more user-friendly format is that it is possible to edit the video clips, which might mean cutting the recording length to a certain length or joining several clips together.

Transferring a PVR file into a more versatile format is achievable with the assistance of one of the easy to use video converting tools. Many of these software applications offer a wide range of functions to make the converting process a quick and simple process, with the better quality converters likely to result in little to no loss in the quality of the actual recording and viewing experience.

Overall, if you are wishing to make some of your favorite PVR records more universally compatible across a wide range of mobile and at-home devices, than you might want consider converting the files for much greater viewing opportunities. And with the.pvr format getting ever more popular, it will soon start to become a much easier process to complete this type of format transfer without too much stress or difficulty.

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Source by Sam J Loeb

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