DVR-MS


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DVR-MS

(Digital Video Recorder-MicroSoft) Microsoft's proprietary DVR recording format in Windows Media Center, prior to the TV Pack version in 2008. Using MPEG-2 for video and MPEG-1 Layer II for audio, copy protected TV programs must be played back on the same Media Center PC. The TV Pack version switched DVR formats from DVR-MS to WTV (see Media Center TV Pack).
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