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How to convert VRO files to Final Cut Pro on Mac

Postby miniavatar » Fri Oct 26, 2012 8:56 am

Maybe you have a Panasonic or Sony Camcorder or Sansung DVD Recorder and record some videos, if you want to edit them with Final Cut Pro on Mac, there must be some issue. Because VRO files isn't supported by FCP, VRO files are created by DVD video recorders or camcorders with Mini-DVD disc using the DVD-VR format. The disc has a 'VR_MOVIE.VRO' file, containing the raw audio and video data for all video recordings. You can not easily open, play and edit them on Mac.

VRO to Final Cut Pro Converter is the best VRO Converter for Mac which can help your rip or convert VR_MOVIE. Use Mac VRO to FCP, you can lightly convert vro files to mov/mp4/dv format with FCP support. Then import conversion VRO files to Final Cut Pro for editing. VRO Video to FCP Converter can also convert VRO files to MOV for editing in iMovie, Final Cut Express, Avid, Adobe Premiere Pro, etc.

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Re: How to convert VRO files to Final Cut Pro on Mac

Postby miniavatar » Fri Nov 16, 2012 4:00 am

The best Divx to iMovie Converter help you convert divx to iMovie '08, iMovie '09 support foramt include DV, MPEG2, MPEG4, MOV, import divx to imovie and then edit divx with imovie by yourself, it's a powerful divx to imovie converter.

iMovie just support mpeg2, mpeg4, dv, mov, etc but divx, so if you have a favorite home divx video and you want to edit it by yourself with the powerful apple programe iMovie, you will find it is diffcult to import divx video to imovie for divx is not compatible by iMovie.

To solve the problem that import divx to imovie, you should need the Divx to iMovie Converter to convert divx to other format video as iMovie compatible(like mp4). The imovie import divx converter also can convert much more popular format files like MPEG, WMV, H.264/AVC, MKV, RM, MOV, XviD, 3GP, etc to imovie.
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importing asf to imovie

Postby miniavatar » Thu Dec 06, 2012 9:17 am

The problem that import asf to imovie is a frequently asked questions for our mac imovie users. When you have an mpeg-4 digital video can that record .asf files, you will play it with Window Media Player, if you want to import asf to imovie for editing, you will have a headache for imovie import asf.

Advanced Systems Format (formerly Advanced Streaming Format, Active Streaming Format) is Microsoft's proprietary digital audio/digital video container format, especially meant for streaming media. ASF is part of the Windows Media framework. So it as Windows Media Player compatible, but you can't import asf to imovie for mac.

But now importing asf to imovie is not a headache problem for mac users, with ASF to iMovie Converter you can convert asf to imovie support format videos easily, use imovie import asf converter you just need sevral steps to convert asf to imovie and then import asf to imovie directly by yourself.

ASF to iMovie Converter is one of the best Mac Video Converter, it is a powerful imovie import asf converter, with this asf to imovie, you can not only import/convert asf to imovie, but also can import/convert avi, mpg, mod, tod, flv, mts, m2ts, tp, trp, m4v, wmv, vob, dat, dv, f4v, asf, etc to iMovie HD, iMovie'08 or iMovie'09 support video formats like DV, MPEG2, MPEG4, MOV.
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