Tried VideoLAN http://www.videolan.org/?
Some technical info - Quote:
"The HMT file type is primarily associated with 'HighMAT' by Microsoft Corporation. HighMAT is a way for media formats like JPG, MP3, WMA, WMV and MPEG-4 to be organized and published on a CD. DVD support is planned. [June 2007: Microsoft has discontinued development on the HighMAT technology. Therefore, the HighMAT extension to the Microsoft Windows XP CD Writing Wizard is no longer offered by using Windows Update.]"
The NTS file is an index of all the PICTURE elements in the .TS file.
The TS file type is primarily associated with TS:Transport Stream (MPEG-2 Video Stream) VOB files you find on a DVD are MPEG2-PS files. Another format called Transport Stream (TS) was designed for streaming MPEG videos through such channels. VideoLAN software can handle these streams. The identifying characters used for this association are - Hex: 47 40 , ASCII: G@ Related links: VideoLAN