If you change the default program for “WTV” files to anything but Windows Media Center this option will disappear.
Simply change it back to Windows Media Center and it will reappear.
Any TV programs that you record with Windows7 Media Center is written in a WTV format. Which is a new format for Windows7*. Which is fine if you only plan to watch it back on the same PC or on another Windows7 PC. If however you wish to watch it on a Vista or XP computer, or you wish to shrink the file size a little, then you will need to convert the file.
You can pay money for programs like WTV2AVI to do it but you can also do it for free in Windows 7.
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I recently got myself a USB TV tuner and have started recording TV with it and Windows Media Center in Windows 7. It is fantastic! I love how well Media Center works its so easy.
One thing I wanted to know was how to change the location where Windows Media Center records TV to. It’s quite easy,
How to change the default TV recording location.
I haven’t actually changed it myself, because I had planned to change it to one of the USB drives I have plugged into my media PC. But I haven’t had time to see if and how recording to the USB drive effects recording performance.
I recently started watching a new show called “The Unusuals”, its a kind of cop drama/comedy. I think it is really good. It has several good points, but one of them is the music they use. I’ve taken list from The Unusuals Blog and added links to the songs that are available via iTunes.
Epsode 1: Pilot
Episode 2: Boorland Day
Episode 3: One Man Band
Episode 4: Crime Slut
Episode 5: 42
Episode 6: The Circle Line
If you know where I can get some of the other tracks, I’d love to know. Thanks.
From : Music – The Unusuals.