.WTV File Overview

File Extension: WTV
File Type Description: Windows Recorded TV Show File
File Type Developer: Microsoft Corporation
Primary Associated Software: CyberLink PowerDVD
Primary Software Developer: CyberLink

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What is File Extension WTV?

CyberLink created the Windows Recorded TV Show File (WTV) file for the CyberLink PowerDVD software series. Internal website statistics show that WTV files are most popular with users in China and those running the Windows 10 operating system. Google Chrome is the predominant internet browser used by this population.


Top WTV User Languages

Top WTV File User Browsers


Desktop Friendly?

Yes

Mobile Friendly?

Yes

Most Popular WTV File Countries

Top User Operating Systems

Windows 7 Windows 10 Windows 8.1 Windows XP

Associated Operating Systems

Windows

Other File Types Related to WTV Files

Extension File Type Developer File Category File Type Description
.M4U Open Source Video Files MPEG-4 Playlist
.SSA Open Source Text Files Sub Station Alpha Subtitle File
.DTS CyberLink Audio Files DTS Encoded Audio File
.MDS SmartBear Settings Files TestComplete Project File
.LPP CyberLink Data Files LabelPrint Project File
.MP4V Moving Picture Experts Group Video Files MPEG-4 Video File
.VDL CyberLink Data Files PowerDVD File
.AOB Unknown Developer Audio Files DVD-Audio Audio Object File
.TP SnapStream Media Video Files Beyond TV Transport Stream File
.BSF Roxio Video Files Blu-ray AVC Video File


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