What is a .TMV File And How To Open It – Jim Leonard and Sandor Tojzan (Guide)

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Introduction

Have you came across a file with the .tmv extension and you don’t know what it is? It is important to know how to open this file – in order to be able to work with it. Thanks to this easy guide you will be able to find out what .tmv file extension is, how to open it and how to work with it.

What is a .TMV file?

The file extension .TMV is 8088 Corruption Video. The creator of this file extension is Jim Leonard and Sandor Tojzan. The file is a video related file.

What to know

There are currently 2 software that can open the .tmv file on 3 platforms.

How to open a .TMV file?

In this part of the article we will show you how to open the .TMV file on various operating systems.

How to open a .TMV file on Windows (7, 8, 10)

The .tmv file can be opened in 4 steps on Windows.

1. The first step is to download the FFmpeg software. You will be using this software in order to open the file. Other software that can be used in opening this file is: VideoLAN VLC media player and FFmpeg.

Step 2

Step 2: Locating your .TMV file

2. The second step is locating the downloaded file. If you don’t remember where you have downloaded your file to, you should check your /download/ folder as it usually gets automatically saved there.

Step 3

Step 3: Choose “Open with”

3. In the third step, after locating your file, right click on it and click “Open with”.

Step 4

Step 4: Choose the software and click ok

4. In the fourth step, after clicking “Open with”, you should see the FFmpeg software that you have downloaded. Choose your software and click on “OK”. Congratulations! You have opened your file on Windows.

How to open a .TMV file on Mac

There are 4 simple steps to open the .tmv file on Mac.

1. The first step is to download the FFmpeg software. This software will be used for opening the file. You can also use VideoLAN VLC media player and FFmpeg software.

Step 2

Step 2: Finding your .TMV file

2. In the second step you need to locate the downloaded file. If you don’t remember where you have downloaded your file to, you should check your /download/ folder as it usually gets automatically saved there.

Step 3

Step 3: Clicking “Open with”

3. In the third step, after locating your file, right click on it and click “Open with”.

Step 4

Step 4: Choosing the software to open your file

4. In the fourth step, after clicking “Open with”, you should see the FFmpeg software that you have downloaded. Choose your software and click on “OK”. That’s all, now you have opened your file on Mac.

How to open a .TMV file on Linux

To open the .tmv file on Linux, please follow these 4 easy steps.

1. In the first step you need to download the FFmpeg software. This software will be used for opening the file. The other software that you can use is VideoLAN VLC media player and FFmpeg.

Step 2

Step 2: Locate the .TMV file

2. The second step is locating the downloaded file. The file can be usually found in your /download/ folder if you don’t remember where you have downloaded it to.

Step 3

Step 3: Hover over the “Open with” button

3. In the third step, after locating your file, right click on it and click “Open with”.

Step 4

Step 4: Open the file choosing the software

4. After choosing the “Open with” option, you will have an option to choose the FFmpeg software you have downloaded. Choose your software and click on “OK”. Congratulations! You have opened your file on Linux.

Still cannot open the .TMV file?

If you cannot open the .TMV file, it is entirely possible that you are trying to open the wrong file. The .TMV file extension is similar to other file extensions such as: .tmv – LexisNexis, .tmv – SoftMaker Software. You might be trying to open one of them. Please recheck the file extension again.

Conclusion

In this article you have learned how to open the .TMV file with the FFmpeg, VideoLAN VLC media player programs on Windows, FFmpeg, VideoLAN VLC media player programs on Mac and FFmpeg, VideoLAN VLC media player software on Linux.