DVR-MS files are MPEG-2 videos crammed into a proprietary Microsoft ASF video container file. The only real challenge is to extract the video and audio, and put it into a proper MPEG container file.
There are several methods available to accomplish this, however I do not currently have access to a Windows Media Center system equipped with a video input capture card. Rather than male you wait another week for an answer, can you record about 2 to 5 seconds of video, ZIP or RAR the file (must be under 8MB total), and then attach it to a forum post? I need one to test with, in order to suggest the best method, both for quality and speed.
"Converting" the files is not suggested (assuming the recording has standard DVD-Video compliant resolution), as converting will lose quality. We don't want to re-encode the video, simply change the container to something DVD creation software will understand, so that you can make a new DVD.
Let me know if this can be done, or if you have any troubles with uploading a sample.
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