"Many standalone MPEG 4 DVB-T receivers here in Europe have a USB slot, which allows you to record the MPEG 4 broadcast on a thumbdrive. However, they record in a weird format with a .pvr extension. Since it's unlikely that those MPEG 4 receivers have a encoder/converter of any kind, the pvr format is probably the video and audio streams of the broadcast placed in a weird container (as to avoid the mess with the patents of the mp4 container). The question is: How can i take the streams from the pvr file and mux them into an mp4 file? Is there any open source program to do that?" --From forum.doom9.org Do you also want to convert the .pvr file from set top box to some other formats for playing on the your computer or macbook, ipad, iphone? PVR file is not supported by most of applications, to edit or playback you should convert the pvr file, like convert pvr to mp4 mac , convert pvr to mkv for enjoyment. Doremisoft video converter is the application to help you solve all the problem, it can help you convert pvr file to AVI, MP4, WMV, MPEG, YouTube(FLV), QuickTime(MOV), MKV, MOD, TOD, ASF, H.264/AVC, 3GP, 3G2, etc. So you can enjoy the pvr video on iPad, iPad 2, iPhone, iPhone 4S, iPod touch 4, iPod nano, Apple TV, etc. There just 3 steps to convert pvr file to mp4 : Step 1: After you transfer the PVR videos to your computer, run the pvr to mkv converter, click "Add File" to load your video into the application. Step 2:Set output video format. You can choose the output video format by clicking to the menu bar of "Profile" and then choose the targeted output format from the drop-down list Step 3: Click "START" button to begin convertimg pvr file.
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