Microsoft Digital Video Recording (DVR-MS) is a video format for Microsoft Windows. DVR-MS files have Digital Video Recording (DVR) functions, which includes pausing of live television, recording television programs and other DVR capabilities. DRM, or digital rights management, is the term to describe restricting or limiting the use of digital content and digital devices. Major companies such as Microsoft and Amazon use DRM protection for their media files. Removing the DRM from a DVR-MS requires you to download a video-conversion program.
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Download and install Any Video Converter (see Resources).
Launch Any Video Converter.
Press "Add Video" on Any Video Converter toolbar to load the DVR-MS file and then press "Open."
Press "Output Profile" to select another video format you want to convert the DVR-MS.
Press "Convert" on the Any Video Converter toolbar to remove the DRM protection from your DVR-MS file.
Any Video Converter
Download Ojosoft Total Video Converter (see Resources).
Install and launch Ojosoft. Press "Browse" to upload the DRM DVR-MS and then click "Open."
Press a video format on the toolbar you want to convert the DVR-MS.
Save the converted file in an output folder. Press "Browse" in the second column and then select the folder to save the video file.
Press "Convert" to remove the DRM from the DVR-MS file.
Ojosoft Total Video Converter
Download and install AVS Video Converter (see Resources).
Launch the AVS Video Converter software.
Press "Browse" in "Input File Name" to upload a DRM-protected DVR-MS and then press "Open."
Press the "Formats" tab on the main toolbar to select a video format to convert your DVR-MS.
Press "Browse" next to "Output File Name" to save the new video file on a folder on your hard drive.
Press "Convert Now" to remove DRM from a DVR-MS file.
AVS Video Converter
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