Convert video files from "eso.ts"

How can I convert movie files (that I download) with the extension eso.ts to files that can be played by Windows Media Player?
alonerAsked:
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spiderfixCommented:
*.ts = Transport Stream (MPEG2)

You need MPEG2 codec. Elecard has a player for MPEG2

Moonlight-Elecard MPEG Player v. 2.2 Beta
http://www.elecard.com/download/#mpeg2decoder
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spiderfixCommented:
I just tested the player and it doesn't recognize *.ts
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alonerAuthor Commented:
I also tried the elecard player and it didn't play the file
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spiderfixCommented:
I'm still reading...stand by and I'll post either way.
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spiderfixCommented:
Player for WinXP and Win2K only

http://www.dektec.com/downloads/Mp2TsGen.zip
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trekie1Commented:
not to mention any names but this place where you downloaded these movies... have you considered trying the search feature on this nameless site and type in a few key words (eso.ts converter)   you never know what may turn up but i'm betting it will help you see these downloaded movies
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ajenkinsCommented:
You might be able to get away with just installing more codecs; check out the Nimo Codec Pack for example (http://nimo.titanesk.com/), the Tsunami Codec Pack (http://www.divx-digest.com/software/tsunami_pack.html) or the ACE Mega CoDecS Pack (http://ace.subpage.net/ace.php).  The ACE page mentions the pack includes a HDTV codec.

To demux the transport stream you could try:
Womble MPEG Editor (http://www.womble.com/)
MPEG Carver (http://www.bmserver.net/carver_eng.htm)
HDTV to MPEG2 (http://www.cornbread.org/HT/hdtvtompeg2_v110.zip)
VirtualDub Mod  (http://virtualdubmod.sourceforge.net/)

I haven't tried any of them on TS movies sorry.  Check out the docs on those sites and see how you go!

PS: Elecard will only work if you use the Elecard MPEG2 video decoder filter, which costs or you can get a trial version?
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