How can I get a recorded VRO file in the iMovie editing?
Frage von tinu000: November 2006
I did in my holidays with my new DVD camcorder DC10 Canon of some recorded movies. Now I want to edit in iMovie. However, this format (VRO) not recognized and I am no longer progressing. I do not know what I should do the video so that I can handle more material. would be extremely grateful if someone could help me ...
many times already, thanks, gruss tinu000
Antwort von prem:
somebody has an answer?
Antwort von Bernd E.:
Since I am of DVD camcorders do not think, I have no experience with this, but Google will take place immediately as this story:
and to convert the VRO format shareware following:
Maybe you can help the next yes.
Gruß Bernd E.
Antwort von Nicht eingeloggt:
Drop2DV (described in the linked thread of Bernd) is a useful, very simple tool that quickly and with good quality. Everything you need to do is to Mpeg2 file on the icon in the Dock of Drop2DV to draw (For open manually, the handling is just about possible to the terminal). I have however not yet with Intel Mac tested. Another program would DIVA (with more, but for the mere conversion mp2> DV settings really uninteresting, and not so fast). The Quicktime Mpeg2 component of Apple can be loaded directly. Taste, I think, around 20 euros. Worth it.
Antwort von Quadruplex:
If you have a friend with Winbugs PC (and it installed DV codec), you can the VRO files synonymous with