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I believe MVB is either a Multimedia Viewer Book Source File or a Real Network file type. A Multimedia Viewer Book doesn't make much sense as I thought that was only really used by Microsoft for storing audio and video clips used in help files. I could be wrong though.
If is a Real Network file, you can try Real Alternative. Basically any video\audio format that has a corresponding DirectShow or Media Foundation can be played in Media Center. Sometimes the codec\splitter\decoder is enough, other times you'll also need a registry key to set the perceived video type.
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