How to Convert Bup Files to MPEG

An MPEG file is a commonly used audio/video container. A BUP file is simply a backup of an original file with an extra extension in the file name. This is done to retain a copy that can be recovered if the original file is damaged or lost. A BUP backup of an MPEG can be easily restored to the original state by renaming the file.

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BUP indicates a backup file.

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Navigate to the BUP file you'd like to convert into an MPEG format. For example, if the file is located in "C:/Backup," double click on "My Computer," then the "C:/" drive and then the "Backup" folder.

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Right click on the BUP file. A new context menu will appear. Select "Rename."

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Delete the ".BUP" portion of the file name so that the last five characters are ".MPEG". For example, a file named "example.mpeg.bup" should be renamed "example.mpeg". Hit "Enter" to finish.