PVAStrumento 2.1.0.22 reviews

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PVAStrumento 2.1.0.22
on 13 June 2011 , reviewed by: barleysinger

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I had high hopes for this. It is supposed to work in XP, and to convert from PVA format to a more "PC Friendly" understandable mpeg2 stream. So I gotr it, unzipped it, and ran the GUI.

Simple GUI but usable.

BUT...when I try and use it...not so good. Every option that involves using the file, causes the program to die. I cannot :

"Get Info"
"Scan"
"Convert to PS"

Attempting any of these causes the program to get a standard windows error dialog. In short (too late) the program does not work in XP Pro, at least not in our home. I honestly doubt it was tested properly, as that requires running it on XP, Vista (eew), and Win 7 as well as anything else it has been ported to.

Had it actually been run in XP Pro, it would have died.

to convert a show that I recorded off of our digital box, every option (other than selecting a file) causes the program to fail and die.

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