Open VRO File
VRO file extension is used by DVD-VR recorded video files. Video Recording Object, or VRO, files are usually used in conjunction with an associated File extension IFO file, which contains menu, chapter, and timing information. DVD playing software will typically look for an IFO file which gives the location of the VRO file and contains the actual video and audio streams.
VRO files are often used when multiple recording sessions are required on a single disc, and are commonly used by set-top DVD recorders and DV camcorders.
Unlike File extension VOB, VRO files do not contain any menus indicating chapter or scene location, hence cannot be skipped through without an accompanying IFO file. If the extension is changed to File extension MPG, it may be directly readable using video playback or editing software as long as the correct codec is available. However, even though the file extension changes, the contents of the file itself do not. It simply provides a more widely recognized file extension which will allow more software to attempt to open it. Video playback will also be in a continuous stream given that no menu information is embedded in the VRO file itself.
Many video editing applications allow the extraction of video and audio streams from VRO files into standard VOB files, which can then be burnt directly to disc. Menu and chapter information can also be retained as long as the accompanying IFO file is present, though most DVD editing software will allow this to be added manually as and where appropriate.
You can open VRO files by the majority of DVD playing and editing software. Popular applications include CyberLink PowerDVD, InterVideo WinDVD, VLC Media Player and AuthoringWare DVD Integrator. You can also open VRO files and import them using DVD burning software such as Nero, which can then save the file out in another format or burn it directly to disc.
Open VRO File on Windows Operating System
- Find a VRO file in question in Windows OS File Explorer and double click on it to launch the correpsonding application.
- If a VRO file is not opened in an application and you instead get a "Windows can't open a file" error message you should try looking for an application which can open the file in question.
- If you know the application which can open VRO file then run it and see if there is a File->Open main menu option in the application.
- If you don't know the application which can open VRO file then try to search for "VRO wiki", "application to open VRO file" or "open VRO file" queries in the search engine you like.
- Install the application you found and check if it can open VRO file
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