A TSV file contains a recording of a television program and is created by various digital TV or satellite receivers, such as Tiger I555 and Freeview. It stores video in the Advanced Video Coding (AVC) format, audio in the MPEG-1 format, and text in the Teletext subtitle format.
TSV files are created by a digital satellite receiver to store a television program set to be recorded by a user. The program can then be played back by the user.
TSV files are typically encrypted by the digital satellite receiver, which means they are most likely only supported by the digital receiver that created them. However, if the recordings are not encrypted by the digital receiver, you can play your TSV files with several video players.
Some of these players are the Codec Guide K-Lite Codec Pack, Media Player Classic, and VideoLAN VLC media player. You can also convert TSV files that are not encrypted with Aiseesoft Free Video Converter and VideoLAN VLC media player.