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Del 08-01-2007 04:30 PM

.VRO files
A friend left round 5 mini DVD disks with .VRO video files on it and asked me to edit the footage.

Final cut wont import the video files.

Mpeg stream clip wont convert them

Mac the ripper and handbrake cant work with them either

Am i stuck or is there an app out there for OSX that will convert the VOR files in to a useable format.

I have read that i should copy the files to my hard drive and rename to .mpg but alas my osx wont even copy these files

rman 08-01-2007 08:15 PM

not a free solution, but may help.

How to rip .VRO files from DVD video recorders

Del 08-02-2007 03:30 AM

Thanks but i had come across that article and thought, "cool i'll try that", but my version of Toast (Toast 8) does not have the media tab, so i'm still in the same situation.

Any other suggestions?

rman 08-02-2007 11:19 AM

I have both versions 6 and 7. I don't remember seeing a media tab. Once my system is repaired with version 7, I'll check again.

Del 08-02-2007 03:31 PM


rman 08-02-2007 06:07 PM

I found the media tab. It replaces the advanced tab in version 6. If you click on the buttom my the disk name. A draw shoujld come out. On that draw you should see two tabs. In version 6 it is basic and advanced, where as in version 7, I believe it is formats and media.

Del 08-03-2007 03:22 AM

Cheers mate, I will check that out when i get home on Sunday.

Del 08-06-2007 05:26 AM

Still cant find how to do this in Toast 8 anyone know?

Del 08-08-2007 03:53 AM

Bumping back to the top

Del 08-09-2007 04:09 PM

Found the media tab, but when i drag the video file (.VRO) in to Toast, Toast says the file is protected.

Any cure?

The guy who gave me the discs said that he didnt finalise them, would finalising the discs eradicate the problem?

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