WTV to AAC Converter

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Audio Options
Choose a codec to encode or compress the audio stream. To use the most common codec, select "Auto" (recommended). To convert without re-encoding audio, choose "Copy" (not recommended).
100% represents the original volume. To double the volume, increase it to 200%. To reduce volume by half, select 50%
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Trim Settings
Specify the start position of trim (HH:MM:SS). Leave at 00:00:00 to disable.
Specify the end position of trim (HH:MM:SS). Leave at 00:00:00 to disable.





How to Convert WTV to AAC?

  1. Click the “Choose Files” button to select your WTV files.
  2. Click the “Convert to AAC” button to start the conversion.
  3. When the status change to “Done” click the “Download AAC” button

Easy to Use

Simply upload your WTV files and click the convert button. You can also batch convert WTV to AAC format.

Best Quality

We use both open source and custom software to make sure our conversions are of the highest quality. In most cases, you can fine-tune conversion parameters using “Advanced Settings” (optional, look for the icon).

Free & Secure

Our WTV to AAC Converter is free and works on any web browser. We guarantee file security and privacy. Files are protected with 256-bit SSL encryption and automatically deleted after 2 hours.


Microsoft designed Windows Recorded TV Show (WTV) to store TV recordings captured by Microsoft products. WTV is a multimedia container that compresses video with MPEG-2 and MPEG-4, and audio with MPEG-1 Layer II or Dolby Digital AC-3. It supports metadata and digital rights management (DRM). In 2008, WTV replaced another Microsoft-proprietary format, DVR-MS.

 

How to open a WTV file?

It is important to know that Microsoft no longer supports WTV. Regardless, it is best to use Windows Media Player to open a WTV file. If a copyright protects the content, then it only plays on the Windows PC that was used to record it. If a copyright does not protect the content, then it can play on other platforms.

 

Other players that can open a WTV file include VLC media player, Cyberlink PowerDirector, Cyberlink PowerDVD, and Cyberlink PowerProducer. For additional information, read this article on Microsoft’s web site.

 

Developed by: Microsoft

Initial release: 2008

Useful links:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WTV_(Windows_Recorded_TV_Show)

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/previous-versions/windows/desktop/windows-media-center-sdk/bb188788(v=msdn.10)

Advanced Audio Coding (AAC) is a digital audio file format that reduces file size via lossy compression. Its primary uses are digital TV, digital radio, and Internet streaming. It is the standard audio format for iOS, YouTube, Nintendo, and Playstation. ISO/IEC designated the AAC codec as an improvement to MP3, due its ability to compress file size more efficiently while providing quality similar to uncompressed audio.

 

How to open an AAC file?

For best results, use VLC media player to open AAC files. Alternatively, AAC also opens by default in iTunes. AAC files are ubiquitous, however, and open in many other programs and software.

 

Additionally, since AAC files often serve as the audio files for video games, they open on most popular gaming consoles, such as Nintendo 3DS and Playstation 4.

 

Developed by: ISO/IEC MPEG Audio Committee

Initial Release: 1997

Useful links:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Advanced_Audio_Coding

https://www.iso.org/standard/43345.html?browse=tc

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