The file extension TVVI is associated with TitanTV web service, which is a service that provides a way to locate when and where to watch your favorite television programming. TitanTV is accessed by establishing a membership and then provides users with an interface that allows for the customization of favorite channel lists, reminders about upcoming programs, and access to customized listings using any PC or mobile device.
The file extension TVVI is a web file type that contains data which describes television programs and descriptions, dates and times of showings, program duration, titles, episodes, and other information for locating and watching programs listed with TitanTV.
TVVI files are typically saved in XML (Extensible Markup Language Format) and can be used by subscribing to various television programs through the TitanTV interface. Television listings which are saved for future viewing are typically saved with the file extension TVPI.
How to Open TVVI Files
Since TVVI files are accessed through a subscription, double click on the file to see if it will automatically open in a default program you have installed on your PC. TVVI files can be opened by more than one program or application, so you may already have a program which will open the file.
If you use the Windows operating system, you can open TVVI files with TotalMedia Theatre 5, which is an all-in-one media player application that plays videos, Blu-ray, DVDs, and AVCHD. TotalMedia Theatre is available as a free trial download on the ArcSoft website.
You can also use WinTV-PVR which is a program that provides TV, video streaming, and game recording services. WinTV-PVR is available in a paid version on the Hauppauge Computer Works website and is compatible with the Windows operating system. NVIDIA Personal Cinema which is available on the NVIDIA website will also open TVVI files in Windows as well.
For Mac OS X, you can open the file extension TVVI using EyeTV, which is a software application that works in conjunction with a Mac TV tuner to create a DVR for HD cable and satellite TV. EyeTV is available on the Elgato website and by accessing the Elgato online store.
For Mac OS X, you can also use Formac Elektronik watchandgo USB2 to open the TVVI file. Watchandgo USB2 is available as a free download on websites such as CNET and Softpedia and is a media application that will allow you to open and play TVVI files on Mac OS X.