File Extension VCR
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VCR File Extension Description
the Arvid VCR Driver and the ATI Video Recorder are utilizing the file extension VCR. The Arvid VCR Driver is the Russian counterpart of the ATI Video Recorder. The file extension VCR in the ATI Video Recorder and the Arvid VCR Driver is used for the video files stored in the computer.
Since the ATI Video Recorder and the Arvid VCR Driver acts video processing cards in a computer, it allows the computer to receive TV signals, record video, and playback video content. The video contents that are recorded and played back in the computer system are stored with the VCR file extension.
The ATI Video Recorder, as well as the Arvid VCR Driver presents its video capture as its main feature, and they were designed to be plug-and-play. They are directly attached to the slot of a PC and its servers. Both Arvid and ATI manufacturers comply with the host bus standards, which are the PCI, PCIe, or AGP bus interfaces.
The cards include one or more software drivers, which allow the card?s features to be viewed through the various operating system of any computer. This makes the video processing specific for the videos, including those that are integrated with the VCR file extension.
The file extension .vcr is integrated in the recorded videos with the use of the ATI Video Recorder and Arvid VCR Driver. With the files in the file extension VCR, the playback and storage of the specific videos that are captured are available for the user; any time watching them is desired.
These video files are more commonly used for live Internet video streaming. This is perfectly backed up by the ATI Video Recorder and the Arvid VCR Driver, since both have support for a number of audio and video channels for their video capturing feature.
- Common Path:
C:\ Program Files\
- Associated Applications:
ATI Video Recorder, Arvid VCR Driver
Additional VCR File Info:
ArVid/ Po Ksi, VCR File Created by: http://www.ati.com
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