Convert Humax Foxsat HDR Recorder TS to MPEG/WMV for Windows Movie Maker

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The Humax FOXSAT HDR Freesat Satellite Personal Video Recoder (PVR) can help record TV episodes. With my Humax 5050, I get some recorded videos and there are .ts files, .nts, .hmt files. However, only the .ts file include the video and audio stream data. I would like to convert the TS files to mpg or wmv files that Windows Movie Maker can handle.

While I was looking for Humax PVR TS video converter on Windows via google, Aunsoft Video Converter as the only converter I could find that would deal with the .TS video files from my Humax Foxsat satellite recorder. It works great and I like the batch conversion for converting several files.



Here is the simple step-by-step guide for you to convert Humax Foxsat HDR recorder TS to MPEG/WMV for Windows Movie Maker.


Step 1. Load Humax TS files to Aunsoft Video Converter.
Run Aunsoft Video Converter as the 2011 best TS to WMV/MPG converter for Windows applications, and click the "Add" button to browse the recorded .ts files. Alternatively, you can drag and drop the .ts files from folder to the program UI.


Step 2. Choose Windows output format.
Click the "Format" option, and choose HD Video > WMV HD(*.wmv) as output format. You may also choose MPEG-2 HD Video(*.mpg) as output for Windows Movie Maker. The Humax 5050 video converter will transcode .ts to .wmv or .mpg in full HD 1920x1080.



Step 3. Convert Humax 5050 TS to WMV/MPG for WMM.
Click the convert button under the preview window, and the Humax to Movie Maker converter will start converting Humax Foxsat Satellite recorder TS to MPEG2 or WMV on Windows according to the format you choose in step 2.

You easily can import the videos from Humax PVR to Windows Movie Maker for editing.



If you are using other PVR or TV Tuners like Hauppauge WinTV, HD PVR, Humax PVR-9300T, Humax DuoVisio PVR-9200T, Aunsoft Video Converter is the best choice for you.

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