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How to Convert DVR-MS to FLAC using DVR-MS to FLAC Converter?


Guide and Article about DVR-MS to FLAC Conversion

This step-by-step guide provide instruction for converting DVR-MS to FLAC file using Dicsoft Video Converter Platinum , It is as easy as 1-2-3.

A Quick and Easy Converter Tutorial (See Screenshots Below)

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  • Step1: Select output format
  • Step2: Load Videos and Audios
  • Step3: Start to convert

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Dicsoft Video Converter Platinum is a powerful and professional DVR-MS FLAC Converter which can convert DVR-MS files to FLAC perfectly. With super fast speed and an easy-to-use interface, it makes DVR-MS to FLAC conversion routine very simple. Enjoy your FLAC video file made from an DVR-MS file on your PC with such as an affordable DVR-MS to FLAC tool.

Dicsoft Video Converter Platinum makes your conversion task DVR-MS to FLAC a breeze, and easily converts DVR-MS2 to other popular video formats like WMV, 3GP, DVR-MS, etc. Moreover, it also can convert into FLAC video from almost any popular video formats, such as MKV, WMV, MOV, MPG, etc.

 

 

What is DVR-MS?

DVR-MS (Microsoft Digital Video Recording) is a proprietary video and audio file container format, developed by Microsoft. Audio and video are wrapped in an ASF container with the extension DVR-MS. Video is encoded using the MPEG-2 standard and audio using MPEG-1 Layer II or Dolby Digital AC-3 (ATSC A/52). The format extends these standards by including metadata about the content and digital rights management. The extension was originally used by Zach Johnson who at the time was a developer for the television recording engine for Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition.

What is FLAC?

Free Lossless Audio Codec (FLAC) is a file format for lossless audio data compression. During compression, FLAC does not lose quality from the audio stream, as lossy compression formats such as MP3, AAC, and Vorbis do. Josh Coalson is the primary author of FLAC.

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