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.TS file extension, convert to DVD video


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Hi, plugged into my (non Apple) TV i have FreeSat and FreeView Humax Recorders with large Hard Drives for recording TV programs.

I can Copy/Move recorded TV programs to a Memory Stick, the main video file when doing this, has a .TS file extension, this isn't recognised by my MacBookPro, i would like to Burn it to a DVD as a DVD video, how can i do this please, has anyone got any suggestions.

When i had Windose i had a program that did all of that, very slowly. Is there any thing that works on a Mac, preferably not costing an arm and a leg, LOL.

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Handbrake can do this.

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Handbrake can do this.
thanks for that buddy, that looks to be spot on, i have downloaded it easily enough, but if i use it will it be wanting a payment to unblock it it similar ?.

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Nope, its open source software. free.

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Nope, its open source software. free.
bloomin heck, of course it's free, what a dummy i am tonight.

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