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What software can open an .avr extension file?

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I have a file with .avr extension. My computer does not have the software to open it.

What software will open an .avr extension file?

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Ok, Lets take a look at this

That is a video file, try this converter

http://www.van-munster.com/Interests/AnnaChris/AVRconversion.htm

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Customer: replied 9 years ago.
Reply to Michael L Top Notch Computer Expert's Post: I don't know if i am too computer illeterate to figure out what to do with your answer or what but I have downloaded a couple of things from the site suggested with no results.

Thanks for the Accept.

Here is what I have found, this may be why you are having trouble

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An AVR file is a video file used by certain set-top boxes which use an MPEG-2 transport stream as a video CODEC. These are often found with an associated .AVF file.

Here is a Mpeg-2 download

http://www.free-codecs.com/Stinky_MPEG_2_Codec_download.htm

More info

http://www.afterdawn.com/glossary/terms/mpeg2_transport_stream.cfm

Also I found that a AVR format can also be a MAC program, and if it is it won't run on your windows

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Macintosh audio file format; can be 8 or 16-bit and contain 1 or 2 channels

I would say one of the reasons you can't convert it, is that it may be a MAC File, that makes the most sense.