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Convert MPEG-TV recorded video format to MPEG-1 Layer II audio stream.

We have found one software suitable in our database for this conversion.

MPEG-2 TV videos made using video recorders can be extracted, and the audio track saved as a MP2 file. This can be done using multimedia conversion programs, like SUPER or similar.

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Universal All Purpose Free Media, Audio & Video Converter Player Recorder

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Convert from ts file

Yes, SUPER supports ts file conversion as a source file type.NoNoNoNoNoNoNo

to mp2 file

Yes, SUPER supports mp2 file conversion as a target file type.NoNoNoNoNoNoNo

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Additional links: ts file extension details, mp2 file extension details


A ts file extension is commonly used for recorded  MPEG-TV video stream by various TV-DVB/DVD devices. A ts file is container format defined in MPEG2 Part 1, Systems. The ts files are playable in various media players such as Windows Media Player, VLC Player, MPlayer etc.


Files with mp2 file extension are related to the MPEG-1 Layer II audio stream format.


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