Oct 162012

TP Video Converter – Batch convert TP files to MP4, MPG for Easy Play on Windows/Mac

What is .tp files

TP file format is commonly used to store recorded videos by digital recording, satellite receivers, HDTVs including Divico Tvix, FusionHDTV card or HD MDP-120 HDTV tuner and capture card. TP files can be recorded in HD or SD format. TP file format can also be used to store recorded 3D movies.

How to Play .tp files

Some multimedia video player such as VLC player, Gom Player can play the TP files. If you have problems of playing TP files on Windows PC or on Mac with VLC player or Gom Player or whatever program, you can convert TP to MP4, MPG, the much more versatile and compatible format across operating systems. You can also play the convert TP format on iPad, iPod, iPhone, Apple TV, Nexus, Samsung Galaxy, HTC, Zune, PSP, Xbox 360, etc.

How to Convert TP to MP4 or MPG on Windows or Mac

Prepare: Free download TP file converter – Video Converter Pro

TP Converter Windows Version      TP Converter Mac version

Step 1: Add TP files to TP Video Converter

Just drag and drop your TP files to the interface of Video Converter Pro; or you can press on “Add files” button to browse and add the TP files.

How to convert TP video files to MP4 or MPG

Step 2: Choose output format

Click on “Output Format” drop-down. Move to “Format” tab and choose “MP4 Video” or “MPEG-2 Video” or “MPEG-1 Video” as the output format.

To play TP files on portable device like iPad, iPod, iPhone, Apple TV, Zune, PSP, Xbox 360, click on “Output Format” drop-down. Move to “Format” tab and choose specific device from “Device” tab as the output format.

Step 3: Start convert TP video files

Press on “Start” button at the bottom right to start TP to MP4 conversion or TP to MPG conversion.

Step 4: Play TP files

When the conversion is finished, click on “Open Folder” to locate the converted TP files to play or edit TP on Windows or Mac or transfer TP to iTunes, iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, Apple TV, Zune, PSP, Samsung, Surface, etc to play on the go.

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