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I am using the recorder to store video from a security video camera. Once I have video on the disk I can play it back on my Vista computer in media player but the file save as is not active. What can I do to save the video file to my computer?

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If your recorder is creating a disc full of .vob files, it's pretty simple.
Copy the .vob files to your harddrive, and rename them as .mpg files.
Done.

If it is saving them as .VRO files, you can do the same, but will it will be a RAW mpg file containing the whole disc. Not bad if you just want it as an archive, BUT if you ever need to review it for seeking, you're stuck at realtime review. trying to fast-foward/reverse/etc. will cause errors in most software. In VLC, I have an accurate time played count, but no total time.

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