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Andres.R
Senior Member Private Message Location: Tartu, Estonia Joined: Dec 31, 2009 02:26 Messages: 263 Offline
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Hello,
I have strange problem: approx. month ago my PC started to show me almost all my video files with avi.moff files. Some .avi files arent, but mostly are (99%); WMV arent; AVCHD arent with .moff files.
I understand, that those moff files I have had all the time, just now I "see" them. I spoke today also with Microsoft Support and they aslo could help me. They's opinion was, that it could happend, when I installed some program or did update.
I remembered, that on the beginning of March I did PD last update, maybe becouse of that?! Approx. this time (month ago) started this problem also...
Maybe somebody could help me here?
P.S. Only nr 34 and 35 from screenshot I added lately, maybe 2 weeks ago...

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PowerDirector 17. Windows 10
Processor: Intel Core i7-4770 (8M Cache, up to 3.90 GHz); Hard Disk: SSD 250Gb + SSD 500GB.

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Bubba in TX
Senior Contributor Private Message Location: Central Texas Joined: Dec 12, 2009 21:32 Messages: 1332 Offline
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A Google search showed lots of information on .moff extension. Including this

MOFF file is a Sony AVCHD Index. AVCHD (Advanced Video Codec High Definition) is a high-definition recording format introduced by Sony and Panasonic in 2006 for use in digital tapeless camcorders (HD).

Including possible causes and solutions.



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Andres.R
Senior Member Private Message Location: Tartu, Estonia Joined: Dec 31, 2009 02:26 Messages: 263 Offline
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Thanks Bubba,
of course Google! I dont know, why I didnt come to think of it
I did a small shearch and found, that "problem" was on Sony's PMB, which I also installed approx. on the same time.... PowerDirector 17. Windows 10
Processor: Intel Core i7-4770 (8M Cache, up to 3.90 GHz); Hard Disk: SSD 250Gb + SSD 500GB.

My YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/AndresRootsi
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