TTS File

What are TTS files and how to open them

Are you having problems opening a TTS file or just wondering what they contain? We explain what these files are used for and show you software that we know can open or otherwise handle your files.

What is a TTS file?

TTS files have multiple uses, and MPEG Transport Stream Video Data is one of them. Read more about the others further down the page.

MPEG Transport Stream Video Data

The .tts file extension is mainly a digital video and movie file type often encoded with MPEG- 2 video data. Primarily known as MPEG-TS (MPEG Transport Stream), the .tts files store video and audio data associated with several other extensions such as .mpg, .ts, and .m2ts.

It is also a standard multimedia container format for recording and streaming multiplexed video and audio files.

There are two types of .tts files: unencrypted and encrypted. Playing unencrypted .tts video files can be done in various multimedia players like Windows Media and VLC. But encrypted .tts files are less flexible, which is why they can only be played on devices where the files were generated or recorded. Examples of devices that save video recordings in encrypted TTS file format are the following: (1) TV units with recording features like Panasonic Viera, (2) PVRs or the Personal Video Recorder, and (3) DVB- Digital Video Broadcasting systems. To make it playable across other media players, encrypted .tts files can be converted into standard MPEG video format using the appropriate video converter.

How to open TTS files

We have identified one TTS opener that is compatible with this specific type of TTS file.

Programs that open MPEG Transport Stream Video Data files

Last updated: November 30, 2022

More file formats using the TTS extension

Through our research of TTS files, we know that the following formats exist. However, we have not yet analyzed them in detail.

  • 7DTD Prefabs
  • Turbo Titler Subtitles

Various apps that use files with this extension

These apps are known to open certain types of TTS files. Remember, different programs may use TTS files for different purposes, so you may need to try out a few of them to be able to open your specific file.

Zoom PlayerZoom PlayerVerified
KMPlayerKMPlayerUser submitted
TS PlayerTS PlayerUser submitted
Ace PlayerAce PlayerUser submitted
Sigma media playerSigma media playerUser submitted
Subtitle WorkshopSubtitle WorkshopUser submitted
Torrent Video PlayerTorrent Video PlayerUser submitted
Windows Media PlayerWindows Media PlayerUser submitted
Ashampoo Media PlayerAshampoo Media PlayerUser submitted

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